If you'd like to increase your file size to print it as a large Engineer Print or decrease the size of your image because it's too large for our website to process, we've provided instructions below that may help you.

Upsizing

  1. Make sure your image is in JPG format.
  2. Resize your image.
    1. If you're a Mac user...
      1. Open up your image in Preview.
      2. Go to Tools > Adjust Size...
      3. Enter a larger number as the width. We recommend dimensions in the high 10s or 20s. The image height will automatically increase.
      4. Increase the resolution. We recommend at least 150 for small prints and 300 for large prints.
      5. Click OK. The changes in image size will be saved. In this example, the image went from 80 KB to 1.7 MB.
    2. If you're on a PC...
      1. Open your image in Paint.
      2. Click the "Resize" button.
      3. Enter a larger value in the Horizontal field. We recommend dimensions in the high 10s or 20s. Click OK.
      4. Drag your canvas edges to fit the resized image. There should be no extra white space.
      5. Save the image in JPG format.

Downsizing

  1. Make sure your image is in JPG format.
  2. Resize your image.
    1. If you're a Mac user...
      1. Open up your image in Preview.
      2. Go to Tools > Adjust Size...
      3. Enter a smaller number as the width. We recommend subtracting by at least 10. The image height will automatically decrease.
      4. Increase the resolution. We recommend at least 150 for small prints and 300 for large prints.
      5. Click OK. The changes in image size will be saved.
    2. If you're on a PC...
      1. Open your image in Paint.
      2. Click the "Resize" button.
      3. Enter a smaller value in the Horizontal field. We recommend subtracting by at least 10. Click OK.
      4. Drag your canvas edges to fit the resized image. There should be no extra white space.
      5. Save the image in JPG format.

If you have any questions or would like assistance resizing your images, please send us an email at help@parabo.press. We're happy to help!