What paper does Mpix use?
E-Surface Paper (Standard Photographic Finish) E-Surface Paper is our most popular photographic paper. Accurate color, lifelike skin tones, realistic saturation, archival quality and a traditional photo finish are just a few reasons why people love E-Surface Prints.
Can Walgreens print panoramic photos?
Walgreens Photo cannot process digital panoramic prints at this time. Your local store may be able to process panoramic prints.
What size is a panoramic print?
Panoramic prints are a dramatic and breathtaking way to decorate your home or office. Starting at 6 inches high and going up to 30 inches (2.5 feet). Panoramic prints can be as long as 156 inches (13 feet). Panoramas are printed to length – your photo is not cropped or distorted.
How long does it take to get pictures from Mpix?
Print orders ship in just one business day, getting your prints to you faster than anywhere else online. Every print is hand checked for quality before it leaves our lab. We don’t settle for less than the best, and neither should you.
Are Mpix photos matte?
Using seven dye-based inks, Giclee Prints offer vibrant color reproduction and enhanced image clarity on your choice of archival quality Deep Matte, Fine Art, Semi Gloss and High Gloss paper.
Is Mpix e surface matte or glossy?
It’s more of a semi-gloss. It has a slight pebbled texture sometimes described as pearl or luster. Mpix does not have a glossy finish available other than metallic, which is different from traditional gloss. I think you’d probably be happy with the E-surface.
Can you get panoramic photos printed?
You can print your panoramas directly from your iPhone or from your computer with Social Print Studio. The minimum size requirement to print a panoramic photo via our services is 1200 x 3600 px. Most panoramic photos taken with an iPhone or digital camera are larger than this.
Does Mpix color correct?
Color Correction Our color technicians review every image and make slight adjustments to density, color, contrast, and other elements of your files on monitors that are calibrated directly with our printers.