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How do you tell if a photo will print well?

Well, for example, if you see the background of the photo and the subject is not a lot of movement (it is still pretty smooth), the lighting doesn’t seem to be too bad, or if you see no motion on the model (it is still smooth and no motion is apparent but it doesn’t do an awful lot at all). It seems to take more time to get great photos in this case. In any event, the only way a photo will have a strong enough printing time to be considered great is if it is at least 30% darker than the background.

The final factor in all this is the print material. A solid photo can be printed on normal photo paper, and is generally more expensive, so if you are using it as your final product that is fine. In some cases (i.e. if you are printing it professionally) you may want to print on more premium paper (i.e. not photo paper). But for most people you don’t have to sacrifice on quality in the name of cost.

If you want to get the most out of the digital age, and don’t care about creating professional quality photos online, don’t worry too much about print quality. If anything, it will probably be more fun and less expensive to produce professionally-made movies in the future.

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