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Hey guys so my school is having an art gallery and I was thinking of submitting a photography project I've been doing on my phone. I was wondering if anyone would know what would be the best way to print those photos out at a reasonable size? Pic unrelated
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Walmart, or if there's a local print shop they'd probably go the farthest with your phone pictures.

Be aware that there might be some quality issues if you go too big with your pictures, phone cameras are getting great these days but there are limits.
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>>3215963
Yeah I am kinda worried about the quality getting all shitty and pixellated when they're enlarged. I wasn't aiming for anything too huge tho like probably 6x6 inches or so, hopefully that would be okay
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>>3215974
Should be fine senpai
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>>3215974
All things equal, a 4x6 photo is about 2MP.
So unless you're using a 10 year old phone, or plan to do some serious cropping, you should be fine.




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