Its All In The Settings

By: Barry Shultz

Most inkjet printers on the market today have a mode for printing on photo glossy paper. If you use good quality photo glossy paper, 7 - 10 mills in thickness, you can get a picture perfect print.

A good quality digital camera helps too. Most digital cameras sold today have the capability of making a decent print even on the lowest resolution. Of course if you want a better print you need to use a higher resolution on your camera.

I won't go into resolution settings here because everybody has their ownidea of what their perfect resolution is and my inbox would be flooded.

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My point with this article is to get people to use the right printer setting ifthey want great photo prints. If you try using regular 20 lb bond paper using the printers general settings you will be very disappointed with the results.

Get some good quality glossy paper and try this test. Make a print on regular paper using general settings. Then make one with your printer set to glossy paper using high quality mode and compare. The first will look like a water colored newspaper picture. The second will look like you just got it back from Kodak!

This is not news to a lot of you but a surprising number of people readingthis will suddenly go "hhhmmmmmFree Articles, that explains some things".

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