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Photo Editing

Make photo books with photos from phone. What is the best way to get high resolutions for printing at little or no cost. What software is available?

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I guess requirement #1 is a decent printer and,

if you have an iPhone, you have everything to be able to take and print high resolution pictures.

Apple Photo App will store your pictures, allow you to edit them and send them off to a printer or a site that produces photo books.
Apple stopped their Photo Book program not long ago but there are a number of sites that offer the same sort of thing.

Remember, you can always lower the resolution of photo's you have taken but you cannot increase it easily

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Got it...my issue is increasing the resolution. I am not doing the printing. I created a project for print with a bunch of low-resolution photos. Thank you!

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Low Res is Low Res

the pictures will not get any better

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That said,

you can make a low res picture look good (better) if reduce its physical size.

A low res picture, say 2" X 2", will look fairly decent. Increase it to half page size and it's not so good

Now if you were to invest in PhotoShop, then there are techniques that increase the image quality, but at a price

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