|Posted: 11/16/2012 3:51:58 PM|So, I posted last week about ordering over 1000 pictures from Snapfish...
Well, when I checked out, it asks something about do you want 4x6 pics that will be cropped or "true digital" which are a little smaller size and they aren't cropped...
I'm not sure what happened or what I did wrong, but I have some pics at 4x6 and some at the smaller size! UGH! I will have to make do with these because I can't afford to reorder, BUT...
Can anybody explain to me what the difference is on "4x6" and "true digital" so I know better next time I order???
Loc: San Jose, CA
|Posted: 11/16/2012 3:56:42 PM|
true digital is slightly wider if I remember. I don't know if P&S still save in the "true digital" size. My first digital camera (8 years ago) was true digital, but I always ordered 4x6 as you couldn't find photo albums to hold the other size. I think it's become kinda like the Tassimo. It was offered, but it just didn't catch on, but they still offer it for those that prefer it.
|Posted: 11/16/2012 6:04:44 PM|After going back through, apparently my photos that were on my phone are the ones that got printed in the smaller size... So, events that we have pics on phone & camera are now printed in 2 sizes...Atleast I plan on scrapping most of them, so I will hopefully be able to adjust as needed. I really need to read before I click stuff
What are you looking at?
|Posted: 11/16/2012 6:27:51 PM|
I hate it when that happens, I like all my pictures to be the same size! I'm not sure about the camera on your phone, but I know for digital cameras, especially point and shoots, they use a 4:3 ratio, giving you 4x5.3 inch "True Digital", uncropped prints. Film cameras and DSLRs use a 3:2 ratio, giving you the typical 4x6 inch print. Photo places crop 4x6 prints from point and shoots for this reason.