lupillus wrote:If you're not looking for superb quality, print it out, cut and paste, then get a photocopy shop to xerox it.
The pictures sound like they're detailed enough to be printed at that size, thought they probably still have to be converted to 300 dpi.
Thanks, but I don't understand.
I'm talking about a jpg, presumably a scan, of a map, full colour. 4244 x 4344 pixels. That's what I have now.
At 300dpi it's 14 inches across. At 200dpi it's 21 inches. At 150dpi it's 28 inches.
Presumably I could ask them to test print a sample at each different resolution and then decide what I want after I've seen how it looks. That much doesn't sound difficult.
The question is, if I want something 28 of those inch things across, would they have a printer that could handle it? If they have a xerox machine that big then presumably - in this modern day and age - it can be connected to a computer and will just print my file in one piece without me having to cut and paste anything.
(What is a xerox machine anyway? Do you mean a photocopier?)
Hang on, prepare to have your screen stretched, here's the image: