What file specifications do you recommend for the best quality print?

Getting a high-quality print is as simple as 1-2-3!

  • We only accept .jpg and .png files.
  • Please make sure the file is set in sRGB color profile (This is the default profile in most cameras. Image profiled with CMYK may print differently than expected).
  • For best results, we recommend files no smaller than 1 MB and no larger than 35 MB with 300dpi, and that you use the original, high-resolution photo file. Check out our blog post on DPI vs. PPI (And What Makes An Image “High Quality”) for more information on image quality.
  • Fractures print only in a 4:3 or 1:1 aspect ratio. If your image is getting cropped when you upload it, click here for help on how to work around this.

Need help on how to find all this information about your photo? We've got you covered in this helpful article on how to find the resolution and size of an image.

The best way to see which sizes your photo will print clearly with is to upload it directly to our website

Below, you can check out the minimum pixel dimensions required from an image file for a clear Fracture at each size. Please note that these minimum dimensions are based on a resolution of 100 dpi/ppi. Your image's resolution may be higher or lower, which will affect which sizes it can turn out clearly for. 

RECTANGLES (Portrait or Landscape)

Size Print Dimensions Minimum Pixel Dimensions (at 100 dpi)
Small 4.8 x 6.4 in. 480 x 640 px
Medium 7.2 x 9.6 in. 720 x 960 px
Classic 10.8 x 14.4 in. 1080 x 1440 px
Large 15.6 x 20.8 in. 1560 x 2080 px
Extra Large 21.6 x 28.8 in. 2160 x 2880 px


Size Print Dimensions Minimum Pixel Dimensions (at 100 dpi)
Small 5 x 5 in. 500 x 500 px
Medium 11 x 11 in. 1100 x 1100 px
Large 23 x 23 in. 2300 x 2300 px