The Right Resolution

Many people use their printers to create photographs from digital cameras or scanners. But make sure that you're using the best resolution for your source image when you print. If the original image resolution is low, then the print may look grainy, blurred, or blotchy at high print resolutions. If the original resolution is high, it can take much longer to print, and the final quality may also suffer. It pays to experiment with the resolution settings of your scanner and printer to find the combinations that work best. You can save yourself a lot of time and get better prints in the long run.