I've been a photo dot net member for 20+ years, but I'm still a relative newbie to the world of digital. So I'm posting this question under "Beginner": How large can I go with having a 4:3 image enlarged professionally? Although I purchased a Digital Rebel in 2003, I never liked it and I never shot anything with it that I considered worthy of enlarging. I purchased a Fuji X-T4 last spring and have finally gotten around to using it. I vacationed in the North Georgia mountains two weeks ago and my wife went gaga over one of my shots. I used my 16mm f2.8 lens and the image is pretty sharp. So how large can I get away with and still maintain decent resolution? I shot it in jpeg, not raw. Assuming that the print turns out nicely, I'll have it framed and give it to the Mrs for Christmas. I've had a number of fairly big enlargements made from 6x7 negatives and transparencies. But I just don't know what I can get away with using the X-T4. While we're at it, if someone could recommend a good lab, I'd appreciate that, also. I'm not looking for cheap. I don't mind paying good money for good quality. How about shipping an enlargement flat as opposed to having it rolled and shipped in a tube? I've been using the same frame shop for 20 years. So I'm sure that they can deal with a rolled print. And I'm sure that rolled is going to cost a whole lot less to ship. Lots of questions, I know. Thanks in advance!