How to print better photographs
The summer holidays are soon upon us. There are a few factors or things to consider when printing your photographs, the printer you use, the paper quality, the camera that you use even effects your print quality. Here are a few suggestions to improve the quality of the photographs you can print.
1) If you are looking to buy a new printer and you print a lot of photographs consider looking for a printer that is capable of printing photographs and graphics in a higher resolution. If you also look for 48 bit colour support and scanning dpi (dots per inch) resolution of no less than 2,400
2) Also consider buying designated photo printer which will produce better results as it is designed specifically to print photographs.
3) Use photo paper instead of the normal mainstream printer paper making sure it is compatible with your printer.
4) Take care of your printer Check your manual for any maintenance procedures or cleaning that you can do.
5) When printing, check your printer settings to see if you can set it to print on the highest quality photo prints.
6) Before taking your photographs, if you check in your camera settings and you can select the resolution to be on maximum size. The resolution is a term which means how many pixels a digital picture is made up. If you have ever printed a picture out and it looks like there are squares on the page the resolution needs to be higher or the picture made smaller for this not to happen.
7) After taking your photographs and before printing out a photograph you can select the highest resolution for your image. On your computer, if you right click on your mouse and select properties this can determine the resolution. If you choose this to be between 2,400- 4,800 dpi.(dots per inch)
Check out programs like Photoshop or programs on your computer that can fix problems like red eye or you can also improve the sharpness of your photos. In some software programs you even help you delete blemishes, stray hairs or even delete distracting backgrounds.
I hope these suggestions are helpful and improve the quality of your printed photographs.
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