What DPI or PPI Should My Image Be For The Best Looking Print?

150 DPI (or 300 ppi) will get you a great looking print, but we have great success at lower DPI.  Note that lighting, file compression and the type of camera can all effect the final outcome of the print. Do not re-save your .jpeg file over and over again which can result in poor image quality.  The Bumblejax photo configuration engine will analyze the horizontal and vertical pixel counts and determine which sizes will be best suited for the uploaded image.  If we find that an image is less then suitable for reproduction, we will be sure to contact you.

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