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Career as a photographer?

Picture this. You just got a new digital camera and you are getting to see good shots everywhere. You take photos of everything. Your neighbors garden, the street, etc.

What's more, you just bought a several-megabyte memory card to hold all the pictures that you have taken and many more. The catch? The members of your family do not want you anymore the printer anymore because you have already used up most of the inks that costs a lot to buy.

It all boils down to you wanting the best photo printer. Full colors with high resolution printing and an additional advantage of you printing directly from that high memory card that you have.

Nowadays, these factors are not an impossibility anymore. If you are the family type person and wants to show off to all your relatives what you have taken right there and then, try to have one of those small portable photo printers. Best if you own it exclusively to avoid not being denied usage of the printer that the family owns.

The only downside to this is that you would not getting the same quality as those printed from a highly modernized printer or done by expert printing shops. But it will be real close. Besides, you will have photos you can hand out on the spot. The soonest possible time after you have them taken.

What are some of the features you should look for in a

portable photo printer?

It should have a resolution of at least 4800 x 1200, with the ability to print on heavy papers. Since you are dealing with photos, photo enhancing abilities should be included in the driver. For good measure, a photo display and editing software should come in handy indeed.

Additional extra tools would be nice too. Like the tiniest of LCD screens to view the photos before you have them printed. A media card reader that will give you the capability to print directly from the memory card.

Other useful trinkets would be the ability of the printer to connect to the digital camera. And for better results, a borderless printing would be an advantage to avoid borders that seem too wide for the photos.

Every photo enthusiast should consider these things to get the best results in their newly-acquired hobby that others may not seem happy to share with you. Who knows what you would turn out to be?

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About the author:

Florie Lyn Masarate got the flair for reading and writing when she got her first subscription of the school newsletter in kindergarten. She had her first article published on that same newsletter in the third grade.

Written by: Florie Lyn Masarate

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