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20"x20" and above square prints?

Lucas Steuber , Jul 10, 2007; 07:41 p.m.

... I need them made, 20x20 at least, preferably larger. I currently use MPIX for digital prints, but their square format capability stops at 12x12. Any ideas?


Godfrey DiGiorgi , Jul 10, 2007; 07:45 p.m.

Calypso Imaging - www.calypsoinc.com does a very good job.


Jerome Leveque , Jul 10, 2007; 07:48 p.m.

I'd also recommend West Coast Imaging. www.westcoastimaging.com I've had several square Chromira prints made from my Hasselblad frames (up to 24 x 24). The quality and depth of color was amazing. The staff is also particularly nice. Jerome.

Marshall Goff , Jul 10, 2007; 09:29 p.m.

West Coast Imaging on the west coast (go figure). I've done printing like that with Autumn Color here on the east coast quite happily.

Jacob Brown , Jul 11, 2007; 09:15 a.m.

http://www.whcc.com/ might do it, but I've never printed big with them.

Benjamin Bloom , Jul 11, 2007; 11:19 a.m.

If you don't mind trimming, you can always print at a larger, non-square size

Dave Nelson - Atlanta, GA , Jul 11, 2007; 04:12 p.m.

Why not print a 20x30 with an extra pair of 10x10s on the print? I group up images like this all the time, especially panoramas.

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