Memories last but some photos don’t. So what should be done to save what is left of your old family photo and print new ones with lasting quality?
Well, I think it’s about time to reprint those old photos with your inkjet printer at home.
The thing is, people just seem to think that printing anew is a quick and easy fix, but there are things to follow to achieve that nice looking photo.
Refrain from downsizing your photos. This rule is the golden rule of printing photos.
Photo applications like Adobe Photoshop have the ability to resize photos. So what happens is if you want a 6” x 4” sized photo, and it has a larger size, what you usually do is change the aspect ratio and resample your photo.
For example, your photo is an 8”x 11” at a 1200 x 620 pixels and after resizing it, will take it further down to a 432 x 324 pixels. You can expect that the result is not going to turn out well because the program logically tells you that I am dividing the pixels to come out with a different size apart from the original. Ooopps that is just so wrong!
Remember to check your printer and what type of model you have. Go ahead and review the features or check the manual. If your printer came with a printing software which is mostly the case. If so, that is the best software to use.
On the other hand, if your printer does not have a printing software designed for home printing, check out the latest home printing software. Arcsoft’s is a good example of home printing imaging software.
What To Remember
Remember that great photos are a result of a good photographic quality which can only be achieved by your printer’s conversion process. How that process of printing is delivered to your photo paper also makes a difference. But overall it is the printer that matters.
When buying a printer, you need to check out the features and most importantly search for the product review.