For on-screen display problems AND problems printing to a non-PostScript
printer check your Redraw Preferences in FH. Set it to it's highest
setting then view/print.
Web images are low-resolution at only 72 dpi and will print poorly even
on an ink jet. Most ink jet printers need around 125-150 dpi to print
well. One easy way to "increase" an image's resolution is to decrease
its size when printing. In this case you would need to reduce your
images between 57% and 48%. You could also go into an image editor such
as Photoshop and increase the resolution while retaining the size, but
this typically considered a no-no as it makes the image blurry and not
all that much better.
You can pretty much forget about using web images for press printing.
The typical minimum resolution needed is 225 - 300 dpi. That would mean
reducing your image by 32% to 24%.
Another thing to be sure
Peter Lorenz wrote:> Hi there,
> I have a problem with some photos i imported into FH 10 and MX:
> Those pics are looking good on the internet, jpg and gifs, after importing
> and printing them there are only ugly pics and unsharp and have nothing in
> common with those pics on the harddrive, i´ve tried to save them as tiff but
> the same result.
> What will be the best result with pics, how to import them, are jpg and gif
> not possible for printing?
> Mac OS-X and FH 10 and MX