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Print size 35mm film scans

Discussion in 'Forum Printing Service & Questions Forum' started by Nightmarehour182, Mar 14, 2017.

  1. Nightmarehour182

    Nightmarehour182 Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys I have a couple of my photos that I want to print 11x16. My scans are 6774x4492 or 30mp. I'm trying to know what size I can print to before film grain is an issue. They look beautiful on my phone. What percentage magnification in photoshop would 11x16 be so that I can look at the way the print will look. I'm using bay photo and I know the 11x16 print is well within the 300dpi range but does that mean it will show no grain like my computer screen and phone?

    https://1drv.ms/i/s!Au0C8FURTBT1uwZlrVJfWGvjWhlw

    This is one of them. I want to know if it would hold up to Canson Rag Photographique paper at 11x16
     
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  2. john.margetts.ph

    john.margetts.ph Here a lot

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    I would set the image size to 11 x 16 in Photoshop and then display on the screen at Actual Size.
     
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