If you plan on enlarging/ shrinking you have to make sure you do it proportionally. First convert pixel dimensions to inches, you can do this with a quick google search which will find a converter. Then make sure when you enlarge, you enlarge proportionally, so that length and width stay at the same ratio. What i mean is, don't just add on 10 inches to the length and the width, this is un proportional and will distort your image. What you need to do is add on a percent to each dimension. For example: say you have an image that is 20x30, making it 40x60 would distort and stretch it, instead, you would want to find (say 20%) of the length and the width, then add that on. so it could end up something like: 24x36 (following the 20% enlargment)
sorry if that sounded confusing, it would just suck if you spent money to get it printed and it came out all distorted.