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Top 10 Tips Digital Photography 101

Avoid a Digital Disaster

Camera Clubs in Queensland

Camera Phone Purchasing tips

Cropped Photos

File Formats Choices

File Requirements & Sizes

Great Wedding Photos

Holiday Photo Tips

Learning Colour

Memory Card Capacities

Photo Book Planning Hints  

Photo Composition Tips 'n' Tricks

Photographing Kids Tips 'n' Tricks

Photo Classes

Portraits Outdoors Lighting Control Tips

Top 10 Photo Tips for Christmas

The Truth About Video Tape

Travel Hints

Water Damaged Photos

file requirements & ideal file sizes

  • All files must be sRGB
  • Files should be saved as .jpg

 

Important Information:

 

Digital cameras take photos of a different length to height ratio compared to that of traditional film cameras. Traditional film cameras take photos that fit a 3:2 print ratio. Typically 6x4inch or 10x15cm. Digital cameras on the other hand, often take photos that fit a 4:3 ratio originally conceptualised from your computer monitor (640x480, 800x600). A 4:3 ratio does not fit most standard traditional film print sizes.

 

Refer to the below guide for print sizes, for photobooks photo collage posters and calendars