High-resolution photos are necessary for best clear printing. Low-resolution photos, when printed, appear fuzzy. When making projects that include photography, use high-resolution photos — 300dpi or higher. A high-resolution image is determined by its number pixels; the more pixels an image has, the sharper the picture. Look out for our low-resolution image warning while designing and proofing your project.
You can view the size of your image by selecting the “info” option when viewing the photo in iPhoto.
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