Step 5: Resizing – When exporting your photo, you have the option to adjust the size settings. I changed mine to the exact size of the frame I planned to use. I then increased the pixels to 300 to ensure my photo was a clear as possible when increasing the size by so much. Export to your desired location on your computer.
Step 6: Printing – This is the awesome part! Believe it or not, these pictures are not printed on photo paper…they are printed on paper (hence engineer print). Most other articles I have read on engineer prints have used Staples to print. We do not have a Staples here, but I found that both FedEx and Kinkos will print engineer size images. I used FedEx – they requested I email the images to them rather than bring my saved images in on a drive. These prints cost me $30 total to print!! So after print and frame, the cost per picture was around $30. Amazing, huh?!
If you are looking to fill a large wall space or just want a unique way to hang photos of your family, I highly recommend trying engineer prints! I have gotten so many compliments on them and am already thinking about where I can hang more 😉