Photo prints are a wonderful way to look back to important moments. Easy to make and lovely to go through.
Photo prints are a wonderful way to look back to important moments. Easy to make and lovely to go through. In addition to classic photo prints we now offer square prints with or without a white border. Another new member in our photo print family is retro prints. You can write your own text on the bottom of the image. Choose from our photo print selection and order photo prints! All our photo prints are developed on premium photo paper.
Order your photos online, using our ifolor Designer or the app on your smartphone and tablet.
You can order your digital photos in four different formats – from a small 10 cm to the largest, 20 cm. Furthermore, you can have your photos developed as trendy retro or square prints. The modern photo square comes in 10x10 cm and you can order them with or without a white frame. The retro prints have a white border with a thicker bottom line, which gives them a Polaroid appearance, and is perfectly suited for captions.
After you have uploaded your photos, under the “Options” tab you can add a small, backside text to your print. This could be the file name, the date on which you took the photo, or your own text of maximum 30 characters. If you’d like to add text on the front of the photo itself, you’ll need to use some simple photo editing software. With this you can add your caption to the photo, save it as a JPEG, and upload it to ifolor for printing. The retro prints offer space on the border for a handwritten caption after you receive your print at home.
In principle, the resolution of your photos should be as high as possible in order to see the best results in your prints. When uploading your photos to be printed, should the resolution be too low, you will be notified. You can upload photos with low resolution anyway—just keep in mind that it may result in a low quality print.
Tip: For optimal print quality, your digital photos should have the following resolutions (in pixels and megapixels):