Image Sizes and Price Guides

 

Price Guide - Images

 

16:9 Small (400x255)

Free

16:9 Medium (1152x648)

£1.00

16:9 Large (1920x1080)

£2.00

16:9 Extra Large (3300x1856)

£4.00

  

4:3 Small (400x300)

Free

4:3 Medium (1152x864)

£1.00

4:3 Large (1920x1440)

£2.00

4:3 Extra Large (3300x2475)

£4.00

 

Price Guide Videos

 

Video 16:9 Small (640x360)

Short (5 - 15 seconds) = £5

Long (16 - 60+ seconds) = £5

Video 16:9 Standard 720p (1280x720)

Short (5 - 15 seconds) = £15

Long (16 - 60+ seconds) = £20

Video 16:9 Large HD 1080p (1920x1080)

Short (5 - 15 seconds) = £25

Long (16 - 60+ seconds) = £40

 

 

Output Sizes

 

Depending on what you are wanting to do with the output, certain sizes are recommended.  For example, using images for social media posts or blog content does not require the largest images.  However, using images for print production requires much larger output to avoid seeing blurry print.

 

Here are our recommendations -

 

16:9 Small (400x255)

Free sample for testing your output

16:9 Medium (1152x648)

Ideal for social media posts.
Facebook – 1,200 x 628
Twitter – 1,024 x 512
LinkedIn – 700 x 400
Google+ – 800 x 1,200
Pinterest – 735 x 1,102
Instagram – 1,080 x 1,080

16:9 Large (1920x1080)

Ideal for social media headers and blog articles and smaller print articles.

Facebook
Medium
Tumblr

Blogger

Wordpress Headers

16:9 Extra Large (3300x1856)

Ideal for production ready hi quality print

 

 

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If you’re interested in knowing more about this, Kevan Lee from Buffer shared a great article explaining ideal image formatting for social networks here.