15x10 cm (6x4") Photo Prints
Print your photos in a classic 15x10cm (6x4”) format, the perfect fit for creative wall displays as well as photo albums or frames as reminders of your fond memories.
- Brilliant colour quality
- High quality photo paper from FUJIFILM
- Easy to upload online and order
- Variable width (In this format your photo is exposed and trimmed to its original length. The photos can therefore be of different lengths.)
- Fixed width (2:3 ratio; perfect for picture frames. If your photo has a different ratio it will be tailored to fit, indicated by the marked area.)
- Add an optional white or coloured border.
- Standard Paper
- Premium Glossy Paper
- Premium Matte Paper
What you could do with your 6x4” Prints
More than just a photo
Having your photos printed is a great way to ensure you look back over your cherished memories and important life events. It’s beneficial to our health and can help us smile during tough times. We want you to think of your photos as more than just prints. Create a string of photos from your favourite moments of last year ordered month by month to craft a timeline of your best memories and help you reflect on how far you’ve come. You may not have a photo from each month you want to print but there’s always holiday snaps and little adventures you had with friends and family that make a perfect medium for creating memory boards.
Choosing The Right Print Aspect Ratio
With this option, the original size of your photos is preserved: the photo print maintains the proportions of your shot, therefore the size of your printed photos may vary.
Your images will be fixed in a 2:3 ratio which makes them perfectly suited to picture frames. If your photo has different dimensions, it will be cropped to fit 6x4. The marked areas in the editor tells you where your photo will be cropped if you choose this format.
Better Quality Prints
Automatic Image Optimisation
This default setting analyses all your images and corrects them if required to achieve the perfect print. The contrast and saturation of the colours are improved and any exposure errors or colour faults are mitigated. Dark sections of images can be brightened to show significantly more detail.