Most everything looks fine on a tiny screen. It's when you see a picture "up close" that the details are apparent. Locate the file on your hard drive. Right-click the filename. Read the properties. Tell me the pixel dimensions. If it is less than 800x600 that means you took the photo at your camera's low resolution setting, making this photo unsuitable for high quality printing.
They are 115 x 150 thanks for the help! I have another question for you. I have some pics that show my tatoos and I want to make it look like they are not there. Some pics I have outfits on that you can see the tatoos through is there a way to make them look like they are not there and not mess up the pic!! I am new at this and trying to figure it out but reading the book didn't help to much for me! Thanks a lot once again for your help!!
OK, so that is only "camera phone" quality. There is absolutely no way to make this a quality print, sorry. It probably will look fine displayed on the computer screen 2 inches wide, but as soon as you zoom in, it'll be terribly pixelated.
... Some pics I have outfits on that you can see the tatoos through is there a way to make them look like they are not there and not mess up the pic!!
Yes, but Print Shop is the wrong program for doing that. Print Shop is a desktop publishing program, ideal for making business cards, brochures, newsletters, that sort of thing. What you need is a photo-editor such as Adobe PhotoShop Elements, Microsoft Digital Image Pro or Corel Paint Shop Pro.
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