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If photography is a hobby of yours and you have patiently spent time setting up a great shot or whether you captured a great moment with friends or family, then a great idea is to have that photo enlarged and proudly displayed in your home or office. You most certainly don’t want it sitting on an SD card or in 8” x 5” format. This is a photo that you should be proud of and have it displayed where as many of your friends, family or colleagues can admire the photo and you get to talk about the moment or the setup of that proud shot.
As with many photos these days, we tend to not even print them. They stay on an SD card or if you are a little more meticulous, you would have transferred them to a laptop and probably even backed them up further on an external hard drive. But photos are meant to be seen in larger than life format, or at least enlarged and displayed for others to admire. Photos are an art form and many of us have taken out our cameras to capture a great scene, whether it be nature, a family shot or that once in a lifetime experience. These moments are best shared but not while handing your phone or laptop around the room. These moments should be seen without the glare of your phone or laptop screen, without the ugly borders of your phone or laptop screen and certainly at a size that really shows off the photo.
Photo enlargements can be carried out by most good photo printing stores. Photo enlargements can be done to a variety of sizes and expert staff will be able to advise you on the best size for enlargements based on a variety of factors such as detail captured in the photo, the resolution of the digital photo and where you will be displaying your photo. Staff of good printing stores are often experts in photography, which involves not just taking the photo but also printing the photo in a way that will most aptly reflect the very moment the photo was taken. When people view a photo, you want them to feel as if they were there, that the photo takes them to the very time and spot that the photo was taken.
When considering photo enlargements, it is important that you gather advice from the expert staff members at the print store. Other than size, you will have a choice of paper types or even canvas printing. You may have framing ideas that need to be taken into account when making enlargement decisions and it is always best to do this in conjunction with the experts. At the end of the day, this is your piece of art that you have created and now want others to see it and be taken back to that moment. It is going to be displayed in your home or your office and you will want it to give off that larger than life look and feel.
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Having your Photos printed is essential for memories and one of the best ways to show off your photos to friends and family and even pass them on to future generations. As we have entered the digital age, fewer and fewer photos are being printed which means that fewer and fewer photos are being retained for long term memories and for easy finding years down the line when we want to recall those good days of traveling, family get together and dinners or parties with friends. There is a good chance those photos have long been deleted, lost when you upgraded your phone or stored on a disc that you have no idea where it is or in a folder long since left disorganized. The few people that do continue to print photos are those that still use film, predominantly for professional reasons, but they understand the importance of the look and feel of hard copy photos as well as the long-term archiving and retrieval that hard copy photos allow for.
First of all, there are professional photo printing stores that have retained their expertise in printing photos, meaning that getting your digital photos printed is as easy as it always was. There are however, now a number of additional reasons to using a professional digital photo printer</a> for all your photo printing. You are probably aware of photo enhancement software but probably have no idea how to use the software and have taken a double take at the cost of the more advanced software. Fortunately, good photo printing stores aren’t just printers but have employed software specialists that know how to use photo editing software very well. What this means for your photo printing is that, even photos off your cell phone or snapshots from your digital camera can be enhanced to brighten up, add more contrast to better set mood and tone or to add effects that enhance the memories of those photos. A great photo may just be a case of cropping the shot meaning less noise to the photo or just increasing brightness to better represent that sunset shot.
When you look through the photos on your phone or those that you have moved onto your computer from your digital camera, give some real thought to, not only backing up those photos in case your hard drive fails or because you drop your phone in water, but to having some of the more memorable photos enhanced and printed on good photo quality paper.
There was a time when most people would say that the one thing they would take out of their burning house was their photos. Unfortunately that time passed with the onset of the digital era. ~Most people would probably take their phone but if any of your photos are kept elsewhere, there will be a time when you regret losing those photos. Digital photo printing is quick and easy and with the added benefit of being able to make some of those photos even better, there really is no excuse to have your photos printed.
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