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standard panoramic frame sizes

Lawrence Palumbo , Apr 08, 2010; 08:19 a.m.

i screwed up the dimensions of a team photo and now the 8x10s purchased just dont look nice. i want to give each customer a panoramic style print in addition to their purchase. but i dont know what the standard frame sizes are for panoramic. can anyone help? i was thining of printing 4x12's, but i dont want this team to have to look all over to find a frame for it. any help? thanks! larry

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Ben Goren , Apr 08, 2010; 10:46 a.m.

Lawrence,

Anything worng with the hits here?

http://www.google.com/search?q=standard+panoramic+frame+sizes

Cheers,

b&

Lawrence Palumbo , Apr 08, 2010; 11:53 p.m.

yup, did that already. those are mostly frame shops so im not so sure what im seeing is truly standard sizes. my customers are most likely walking into a walmart to pick up their frames for these photos hence why i was looking for a standard size. i guess i need to walk into a walmart and see for myself. thought i could save a trip. pnet as useful as ever. cheers.

anonymous one , Nov 13, 2010; 06:47 p.m.

Ha! This thread shows up in your link...

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