Cell Phone Photos: Making Them Look Better

If you've tried taking photos using your cell phones, you've probably noticed that they don't look that great once you print them.

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Usually, cell phone pictures are low-resolution pics that look all right when you view them using your phone's tiny screen. But when you try to print them as 3R or 4R photos, you'll notice the jagged edges, pixelated images, and skin blemishes where none previously existed.

This happens because some graphics programs simply enlarge your originally tiny photos without first interpolating or guessing what colors to use in the larger image.

Before you throw away your low megapixel camera phone, please consider new software that intelligently enlarges your photos while removing those unsightly jaggies at the same time.

Imagine, you can take more of these low filesize photos and still get great-looking prints. Who needs 8.0 megapixel cameras when your 1.3 megapixel cell phone camera can capture spontaneous images that look great on photo paper, right?

PhotoMagic is a complete photo software suite that allows you to design, repair, enlarge and print your photos. It comes bundled with the standard edition of PhotoZoom that helps you produce perfect photo enlargements. If you need more control (especially if you want to print large poster versions of your tiny photos), there's a professional version of PhotoZoom.

You can download and try these photo imaging software at TrulyPhotoMagic.com
[ First posted on 09/22/2005 by Manuel Viloria ]

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