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Cinematic Print Format

What is “Cinematic Print Format”?

I am not alone, there are many of us that enjoy the Cinematic Aspect Ratio. I felt I could share in this feeling and offer a print format, in this ratio, as a way to enjoy and celebrate the images. True Cinema is known to be 1.85:1 which has been commonly translated to 16:9 in the digital era or HDTV format – WideScreen.

“The aspect ratio of an image is the ratio of its width to its height”. I have opted for the now popular 16:9 and fitted this to a photo paper roll of 152mm to a cut length of 86mm, then I wrapped it up with a 6mm white border for a little extra dramatic effect, because it just feels right.

Order here….

After seeing so many online orders from mobile phones, I realised how many people shoot on their phone in 16:9 ratio and would typically have to crop off part of the image in order to print them… not anymore.

And, don’t you worry, 9:16 ratio is just as easy to order if you like those really tall images in vertical format.

Here is our Online Order page for photo prints, you’ll see the Cinematic 16:9 mentioned on this page…