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Blurred Photos During Printing


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I feel there has to be a simple solution I am overlooking but I am drawing a blank. Some of the photos that I have taken (all with the same camera) look blurred when I print them in the larger 8 x 10 format vs the 5 x 7. Is there some type of an adjustment I need to make to the photo before printing. FWIW, the ones where I have done multiple enhancements to seem to be the most vulnerable. Here is an example of one that looks great in the smaller format but terrible in the larger.

 

Thanks in advance,

Tom

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You forgot to tell us what program you are using to edit and print the images. PhotoSuite which in in NXT 4 or one of the Corel programs that are included.

 

What resolution are the pictures (images) off the camera. What resolution are you working with in PhotoSuite? What kind of edits are you applying? What resolution have you chosen to print?

 

Sorry for all the questions.

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I'll add on to Steve's questions ... Are you saving in the PhotoSuite format or tif until you are ready to print? Sometimes if you are making several edits and saving in jpg format each time you may lose some quality. If you are not already, and after you iron out the resolution questions Steve asked, try saving as tif or dmsp until you are ready to print.

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