By default, when you send an image to us along with your order details and you ask for a certain size of print, we will resize your image to fit within the dimensions of the size you’ve given us.
Here are some examples for different proportioned images if you ordered an A3 (420 x 297mm) print and asked us to resize the image for you.
A square image would fit in to an A3 sheet in either landscape or portrait, the width and height would be defined by the shortest dimension of A3 (297mm).
This upright / portrait image is thinner than A3, so the height is defined by the longest dimension of A3 (420mm) and the width will be scaled proportionally and be thinner than A3 (297mm).
This panoramic landscape’s width will be defined by the longest side of A3 (420mm), the height will then be scaled proportionally and be shorter than A3 (297mm).
The white area on the examples above will not be printed, in the cases above we would by default add a 1inch (25mm) border around the grey printed image size.
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