I am not completely sure, but I vaguely remember reading that they were 11"x14". This is also more consistent with the ratio of 1600x1200 pixels in Roland's images - and with the scenes in the movie in which Doc is holding one of the frames, or where you can see the frames in the background - these look larger than 8"x10"
Thanks! This makes a lot of sense. Let me guess: if the visible area is 11"x15", the full size may be 12"x16" which is a common size. This also matches exactly the pixel ratio (1200x1600) of your files, with a nice value of 100dpi.Look at this part of a behind the scenes Polaroid:
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You can see a 8.5x11 in. letter behind the newspaper frame. If you count the pixels on this Polaroid, you will get the dimensions of the scientists frames: The frames are exactly 15x19 inches and the visible pictures are 11x15 inches (frame thickness: 2 inches).
I have attached my 1955 Marty letter and Lou's Cafe envelope. The 1985 letter has not been done because there are only a few reference images of the actual prop which are not very good.1985 and 1955 Marty letters
Many members here used Photobucket to store their pictures online. In mid-2017 they decided to start charging users a fee, and broke the image links for everyone who didn't pay.Why am I having a hard time seeing the photos in earlier posts? Is this a member issue? This site was much easier to navigate in the past.
You can get the one Roland madeHey I was wondering if anyone has a higher rez image of the fading family...? Appreciate it.