What size Fracture should I order?

You can use the nifty Tiporama Pixels to Inches Calculator to determine which is the best size Fracture for your photos.

  1. As you can see below, we've entered in the 'Image Width' and 'Image Height' pixel dimensions (learn how to find your image pixel dimensions here).
  2. Set the resolution of the output device to 300 DPI (this is our printer resolution).
  3. Then, use the calculated inch dimensions and the table at the bottom of this page to determine the best size to have your image Fractured.This image will be able to print up to a Classic size before receiving the dreadful red asterisk warning. However, to achieve optimal quality, we recommend printing in a size that falls within your image inch dimensions (small rectangle is the closest in this example).

RECTANGLES (Portrait or Landscape)

Size Print Dimension Print Resolution
Small 4.8 x 6.4 in. 1440 x 1920 px
Medium 7.2 x 9.6 in. 2160 x 2880 px
"Classic" 10.8 x 14.4 in. 3240 x 4320 px
Large 15.6 x 20.8 in. 4680 x 6240 px
Extra Large 21.6 x 28.8 in. 6480 x 8640 px
SQUARES
Size Print Dimension Print Resolution
Small 5 x 5 in. 1500 x 1500 px
Medium 11 x 11 in. 3300 x 3300 px
Large 23 x 23 in. 6900 x 6900 px