Understanding Printing

Reasons Why Photo Printing is Still Needed

In our age of digitalized technology and process, while the procedures have become more convenient to use, there are still features of previous or old methods that are beneficial and useful to gain a perfect print and this principle applies to photo printing and why this process is still preferred by avid photographers.

Having a print copy of a recently captured photo makes one into a better editor because compared to the computer screen output, one can easily detect details in the photo if it is in print copy which were not clearly noticed on screen and would probably need to require adjustments on future photograph undertakings and, thus, one can begin to realize that print photos can help a photographer pan around the images inspecting for problem areas.

It is a humbling thing to go through the process of perfecting photographs one step at a time, thus, even using Photoshop technique will not be the appropriate answer to producing the perfect work of art, but that it takes tedious steps in perfecting it, one of which is using hard print copies in magnified sizes to examine well the flaws so remedies can be done with in the next future undertakings.

Print pictures are tangible proofs of a photographer’s work of art and going over each picture revives a viewer’s memories of events that were vividly captured in the past and this must be an obvious reason why people still prefer to have print copies of pictures as there is an emotional attachment to it as the pictures bring back to life the memories that were emotional experienced, which seem to fail in a digital form of pictures as the tangible aspect is not there to help connect and bring life to the pictures.

Getting the utmost satisfaction of a photographer’s work is more felt when all his/her captive pictures are printed and put either in an album or exhibited for others to view and appreciate the hard work done to present an art form that is not easy to produce than by a simply uploading them on Instagram or Face Book, which after a few minutes of viewing by, perhaps, a million followers will be left forgotten in their mental archives. The ultimate satisfaction that a photographer gets from his/her pictures is when these are printed and sold to appreciative people who would love to hand them on their favourite walls at home. All these experiences make for an inspiring endeavour for the photographer to do more and experiment on his/her art form, creating more images on print that can continue to inspire more and more people.

Printed pictures are priceless treasures, old photos that when glimpsed once more bring back memories and stories that were captured in a camera and this revisiting is a precious life experience to anyone.

The Ultimate Guide to Prints

The Ultimate Guide to Prints