Tips on printing your digital photos. How many megapixels do you need, using high-quality paper, and more.
#1: Where Can I Print My Photos?
Try out these websites and stores to get full-color printouts of your digital camera photos. Kiosk and/or online services may be available.
#2: Consider a Larger Monitor
Upgrade to a 17-inch monitor or higher if you edit many digital photos.
#3: Give Your Photos an Edge
Place a fancy border or edge on your printed digital photos.
#4: Print Photos That Won't Fade for a Long Time
Use high-quality paper to ensure your printed photos won't fade.
#5: Print Coffee Table Books from Digital Camera Photos
Print large, oversize coffee table books containing your digital photos.
#6: How Many Megapixels Do I Need?
Just how many pixels are needed for an 11x14 inch digital print?
#7: Use High Quality Paper and Ensure Your Printer Knows It's There
High-quality paper will not help your photo printouts much if your printer still thinks it is using standard-grade paper.
Software to resize images / photos for web pages, sending via e-mail, and distribution via portable media. Software packages may also support image cropping, borders, watermarks, and other effects / features.
Help on using digital photo software to manipulate photos, and ideas of gifts and items you can create with digital photos.
The MalekTips website was created in 1998 by Andrew Malek of Envision Programming. The page's goal is to freely disperse computer-related tips, hints, and informative articles. Tips are organized to be easy to find, and are presented clearly, in easy-to-understand language.