Are you really planning to keep those stunning photos of your memorable moments trapped in your iPhone? I don’t think so.
Now, if we can get back to history just a bit, you will bear with me that the earlier versions of the iPhone had a less powerful camera that captured low-resolution photos.
Due to this fact, Apple focused primarily on offering printing options on small prints to ensure that the image quality remained sharp and crystal clear without being pixelated.
Now, with the advancement in technology, there has emerged a class of digital cameras that offer very powerful camera qualities that range from 36MP all the way to 50MP. With such cameras, printing large photos has been made easier as the quality of image produced is of very high-quality.
Moving back to Apple’s iPhone, you’ll discover that the earlier versions which include the iPhones 4S, 5, 5S, 6 and 6 Plus all feature 8MP cameras while the newer versions which include the iPhones 6S, 6S+, 7, 7+, 8, 8+ and iPhone X all have an upgraded 12MP camera.
Now, to ensure that you achieve a similar picture quality as those produced by high-end digital cameras; Apple has included a panorama feature which iPhone and iPad users can now utilize to create large pieces of wall art.
Where do I print my iPhone panoramic photos? This is one common question the majority of iPhone users have been asking. To give you a precise answer, this post will discuss several different areas where you can print iPhone panoramic photos to bring life out of your stunning photos.
Did you know that you can print your iPhone’s panoramic photos on glass? Although it might sound impossible, some printing companies such as Fracture have made a name out of printing panoramic photos directly on glass surfaces.
To achieve this, these companies (in this case Fracture) use square or rectangular glass that resembles your iPhone’s screen to ensure that the panoramic image being printed has an increased color intensity. If your plan is to print a square panoramic photo, you’ll have the option of choosing between the small (5”×5”), medium (11”×11”) and large (23” ×23”) print sizes.
Alternatively, if you’re planning to print rectangular panoramic prints, you’ll have the option of choosing your preferred prints ranging from small (6.4”×4.8”), medium (9.6”×7.2”), classic (14.4”×10.8”), large (20.8”×15.6”) to extra large (28.8”×21.6”) prints.
With such a wide range of options, iPhone users will have a chance to upload their best photos and select the perfect print size depending on where they wish to display the panoramic glass prints.
Another way of bringing your photos back to life is by printing them on canvas. Considered as a remarkable and increasingly popular interior decorating idea, canvas prints ensure that your photos are perfectly displayed in a wide view either in your office or in the living room.
Quite different from other printing techniques such as metal, wood, and glass printings, canvas printing doesn’t lay its focus on producing a high-pixel super sharp image. Instead, it uses the latex inks (much like oil paint) to print your photos and make it resemble a painting.
When printing your iPhone panoramic photos on canvas, you can either opt to print on a single canvas or go for a multi-canvas print. For a multi-canvas print, you’ll need to select how wide you wish the photo to spread on the canvases as well as the distance between the canvases (let’s say 1” increment).
When printing panoramic photos on canvas, there are two questions you need to ask yourself. First, what image quality do I want to achieve? Secondly, where do I wish to display the print? If the canvas print is to be viewed from a close distance, then make it smaller to ensure that the image quality is not affected.
On the other hand, if the print is to be hanged on the wall, then it’s okay if you make it bigger. This is because the slightly low image quality will not be noticeable when viewed from a distance.
Another creative way of displaying your best panoramic photos is by printing them on metal plates such as aluminum. Unlike canvas prints, aluminum prints are mostly color sensitive and feature super-sharp high-quality images that are appealing to the eyes.
Metal prints can be printed in various sizes ranging from the 12”×20” small prints all the way to 48”×96” large image prints. Metal prints offer a lasting artwork and are very easy to mount or display whether it’s in your office or in your living room.
Another brilliant way of printing your widescreen panoramic photos is by using special wooden surfaces. For those people who love art, wood printing offers you multiple ways of displaying your best landscape, cityscape, and sunset panoramic photos. You can either print the photos on wood for display purposes or you can simply print customized photos on your coffee tables to upgrade your interior décor.
When wood is printed, the ink usually gets infused inside the wood leaving the image clear with very high resolution. Wooden prints are extremely durable and are perfect for interior decoration.
Calendars and photo books
Finally, bring your photos back to life by creating brilliant photo books. Apps such as Chatbooks and Printastic allows you to order photo books depending on how many photos you upload on your Facebook, Instagram or other social media sites. In addition to that, these apps allow you to order customized calendars, greeting and holiday cards of your entire family or special events.
Whether you’re planning to print photos at home or order panoramic photos using online services, always keep in mind the size of the print, the material your photos will be printed on and the distance where the prints will be viewed from.
Here at iPanorama Prints, we offer a simple selection of panorama prints for your iPhone panorama photos. Choose from 18" to 120" prints. From framed photo to canvas. We offer the highest quality print for your panorama needs.
With that being said, I believe that this post was helpful. In case you think there’s something we’ve missed out, please don’t hesitate to send over your thoughts in the comment section below.