Now that you have a better understanding of the differences between portrait and landscape photo orientation, let’s look at how they compare when printing. Just like in photography, portrait and landscape printing is simply referring to the orientation the print will be created and displayed as. 

But is it 16”x24” or 24”x16”?

Regardless of whether you’re looking for portrait or landscape printing, the dimensions of the print will always have the smaller size shown first. So, for example, you would choose 16”x24” for a portrait or a landscape image. When you upload your photo to the Posterjack website, our system will automatically recognize the photo’s orientation. You will then be provided a preview of what your print will look like and have the opportunity to crop or rotate the orientation of the photo so it’s exactly how you’d like it.


Ricoh Printer Klang, Ricoh Copier Machine