What is the best paper size to print family photos?
Comparing between 4R and 5 R
If it were me, I'd go with 5R (5"X7"), if the photo contains a group of people, otherwise 4R (4"X6") for 1-2 family members. A 5R group shot in the middle of a wall or mantle surrounded by 4R shots of individuals, couples, or kids, would make a nice statement.
Hm, I should do that rather than scattering photos everywhere in the house and hiding them in albums. :-)
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