A 480x680 photo refers to the amount of pixels contained within the image. Printing on a standard 8x10 size piece of paper is not a difficult task, but because the original image size is relatively small, in terms of pixels, you will have to use an image editor like Adobe Photoshop or Corel Paintshop Photo Pro to extrapolate the image and add new pixels. Otherwise, the image you print will appear very pixelated and grainy.
Things You'll Need
- Image editor
- Photo paper
Open your image editing software and load the file you want to enlarge and print. Click on "Image > Image Size".
Ensure that the "Constrain Proportions" box is checked. If the resolution is below 180, change the number to 180. Ensure the width and height pull-down menus in the "Document Size" section are sent to inches. Type "10" into the width box. The computer will automatically enter the appropriate value into the height. Click "OK."
Consult your printer's manual and put the photo paper into the printer in the appropriate position with the coated side up or down depending on what the manual says. Click on "File > Print" and make sure your printer is selected. Press "OK." Save your work.
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