What photo should I print?

Some photos will print better than others. Seeing your photo on a backlit screen can give you an incorrect impression on how your photo will print. Here are some basic rules for picking a digital photo to print

😍 Good Photo


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β€’ A photo that is bright will print well.





πŸ™ˆ Bad Photo


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β€’ Photos you took at night or in a dark room like a bar or restaurant will not print well. The dark colors in the photo will come out making it look fuzzy.




πŸ‘ Good Photo


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β€’ A photo in which the source of light is behind the camera will print well.




😱 Bad Photo


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β€’ A photo in which the source of light is behind the subject will not print well.
β€’ Also the subject on the right is out of focus.


οΈπŸ’– Good Photo

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β€’ This dog looks happy.


οΈπŸ’© Bad Photo

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β€’ This dog looks sad.


οΈπŸ’– Good Photo

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β€’ This dog looks happy.


οΈπŸ’© Bad Photo

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β€’ This dog looks sad.


οΈπŸ’– Good Photo

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β€’ This dog looks happy.


οΈπŸ’© Bad Photo

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β€’ This dog looks sad.


οΈπŸ’– Good Photo

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β€’ This dog looks happy.


οΈπŸ’© Bad Photo

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β€’ This dog looks sad.


οΈπŸ™‹ Editing


β€’ You can edit your photos by brightening them up by using the editing tools on your digital camera or phone.
β€’ If you're on your computer you can use programs like PhotoShop or LightRoom to brighten up your photo, or you can do so online using tools like Aviary or PicMonkey.
β€’ We will be adding photo editing tools to our website in 2017! Get excited.


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Good luck!