graphics sizer - NAC (almost)
t44tqtro at gmail.com
Wed Sep 20 08:06:47 EDT 2006
I never had a problem with selecting "maximum quality" when printing photos,
rather than specifying a particular resolution.
Works fine with the HP 8250 and the Canon 9900, I have not invested in a
serious photo printer just yet- I'm waiting to see how the HP B9180, Epson
2400 and Canon Pro ??? printers' comparisons hash out.
Stuff also looks better under glass.
On 9/19/06, Brett Dikeman <quattro at frank.mercea.net> wrote:
> Most photo services don't recommend trying to print anything below
> 150DPI, as jaggies appear. It is generally a good idea to make
> anything you want to print either 300 or 600 DPI, or some even DPI,
> as the printers usually have a kind of half-assed down-rez algorithm
> designed for speed, not quality. On larger prints, you should also
> watch to not over-sharpen images. What looks like a nice tack-sharp
> image on a monitor will look like hell on a print unless viewed from
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