Poster-size photographs in Apple ads! How can I do this?

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Poster-size photographs in Apple ads!

If I'm having trouble making good 12 X 12 copies of my photographs taken with my iPhone6, how is it that Apple has the ability to post gigantic posters of pics taken with the iPhone6?
 

Sherry_B

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It's an Apple thang. Unfortunately there's not much we can do about them showing up on a stock phone in apps at present. You can block ads in Safari and some other browsers... such as the Brave browser (I can't recall of that's out of beta testing yet), which does not allow any ads.
 

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Re: Poster-size photographs in Apple ads!

It's an Apple thang. Unfortunately there's not much we can do about them showing up on a stock phone in apps at present. You can block ads in Safari and some other browsers... such as the Brave browser (I can't recall of that's out of beta testing yet), which does not allow any ads.
The OP seems to be saying that they want to PRINT 12x12 copies of pictures they take with their iPhone camera.
 

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The OP seems to be saying that they want to PRINT 12x12 copies of pictures they take with their iPhone camera.


Then the OP probably should of reworded it to be more clear. The first part of what they said was a statement, the last part was a question.
 

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I would imagine the right lighting situations make a huge difference. Many takes and find the one that works. None are snapshots
 

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This article was only written a few months ago, so it should still have good info.


IPhone Photo Prints: How Big Can You Go? | Life In LoFi
Indeed an excellent article.

I teach photography and would recommend you explore 3rd party camera apps that capture and allows you to save as a digital TIFF or digital RAW. iPhones do the processing onboard and save as hi-res jpegs. You need to save as uncompressed and import into a photo editing program, be it Photoshop, Gimp etc.