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A-sizes and photographic sizes

At thehub we offer both A-sizes and photographic sizes for your prints for ease for you and your customers when purchasing prints.

Sizes in microsites are A-sizes and photographic sizes. What if I want to print a different size?

For simplicity’s sake, the range of sizes on offer from a microsite is generated from A-sizes and photographic sizes, but that does not mean that the prints on sale are actually exact A-photographic-sizes, rather it is the biggest print that fits within each A-photographic-size.

For example if the dimensions of an A4 are 210mm by 297mm. If your image file is square, then the biggest print of that image that fits within an A4 is 210mm by 210mm.

When we display the image sizes available to customers, we show the actual dimensions in millimetres. So in the example above, the customer would see 210mm by 210mm in the size options drop-down menu.


If you would like to speak to one of our team members about the difference between A-sizes and photographic sizes, please call us today or come into our Shoreditch office.

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