What could be more disappointing than to see on your print that something has been cut out? A face without a forehead and/or chin makes no sense. The friend or uncle to the far left of the group who disappears from the print just because it didn’t fit into the format…annoying, isn’t it?
At Joomeo, we’ve made the choice to never crop your photos to fit a specific format.
Adjusting the paper size to fit your photo
For all prints from 9×13 to 13×18 cm, we adjust the length of the paper to fit the entire photo. And we do this on each photo regardless of the number of prints!
So, if your order includes several photo sizes, you’ll simply receive several photo sizes in your package! And it won’t cost you anything extra!!! Yes, you’ve read that correctly: a 10×15 print will be the same price as a 10×19 cm print…
If your file exceeds the 10:19 aspect ratio, your photo will be centred on the paper, and white bands will appear at the top and bottom. In short, we will never arbitrarily crop your photos!
To help you choose the most appropriate print formats, here are the main sizes (in cm):
|The so-called “film formats”||Correspondence to print|
|“Width-to-height” ratio of 3:2. Film and digital photographs with SLR cameras.||Width-to-height ratios from 3:2 to 16:9. The widest width corresponds to a 16:9 photo.|
|9×13 cm||from 9×9 to 9×16 cm|
|10×15 cm||from 10×10 to 10×18 cm|
|11×17 cm||from 11×11 to 11×18.5 cm|
|13×18 cm||from 13×13 to 13×19.5 cm|
|The so-called “digital formats”||Correspondence to print|
|“Width-to-height” ratio of 4:3. Digital photography, excluding SLR cameras (with exceptions).||Width-to-height ratios from 3:2 to 16:9. The widest width corresponds to a 16:9 photo.|
|9×11 cm||from 9×9 to 9×16 cm|
|10×13 cm||from 10×10 to 10×18 cm|
|11×15 cm||from 11×11 to 11×18.5 cm|
|13×17 cm||from 13×13 to 13×19.5 cm|
To learn about all the products offered in our photo lab, go to this page: Joomeo.com photo lab.
Photo lab products are currently available in eleven countries: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Holland, Spain and England.