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10x8” Photo prints

Set your photos free from your camera or phone

Print your photos in a classic 10x8” (20.3 x 25.4 cm) format, perfect for frames or to use in photo albums to keep your memories alive.

  • Brilliant colour quality
  • High quality photo paper from FUJIFILM
  • Easy to upload online and order
€ 1.49 *

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Product Features

Aspect Ratio:

  • Fixed width (5:4 ratio; perfect for picture frames. If your photo has a different ratio it will be tailored to fit, indicated by the marked area.)

Paper Type:

  • High-gloss photographic paper
  • UV resistant

What You Could Do With Your 10x8” Prints

Set your photos free from your camera or phone and look back at your favourite memories and important life events again and again. Create a timeline of your cherished moments to help you smile or simply select a few favourites and have them professionally printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, ensuring the highest definition and colour vibrancy that will last a lifetime.

Choosing The Right Print Aspect Ratio

Choose between a variable format or fixed aspect ratio for your 10x8" prints!
Original format Original format Variable width

With this option, the original size of your shot, therefore the size of your printed photos may vary.

Classic format Classic format Fixed width

Your images will be perfectly suited to picture frames as they’ll be fixed in a 2:3 aspect ratio. If your photo has different dimensions, it will be cropped to fit 10x8. The marked areas in the editor tells you where your photo will be cropped if you choose this format.

Automatic Image Optimisation

This default setting analyses all of your images and corrects them if required to achieve the perfect print. Exposure errors and colour faults will be mitigated, and dark sections can be brightened to show more detail. The contrast and saturation of the colours are also improved.