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More Mega-pixels donít always result in mega-quality photos.


Why consumerís quest for perfect photos is outside the scope of their digital cameras.

As the market for digital photography continues to be come more saturated, camera manufacturers will focus on ways to improve overall image quality versus straight mega pixel count. With todayís digital technology, an increase in mega pixels doesnít always mean better quality digital photos, more mega pixels simply allow consumers to print images at larger sizes. To enhance their image quality, consumers should focus on photography techniques and post-capture image touchup and editing. Better digital photos come from traditional techniques such as paying attention to lighting, background and general composition.

Robert Bohacs the business strategist for believes that with todayís technology, consumers can easily look to post-capture options to increase or enhance their image quality, ďEven while practicing traditional photography techniques, photos donít always come out as intended. Consumers are now finding more and better options to edit or enhance their photos post-capture.Ē Bohacs pointed out that oftentimes entry-level photo editing software is included with new home computers which allow consumers to perform simple resize and crop techniques or perform basic color correction. For more professional results consumers have the option to use powerful professional level photo editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop. A new and exciting alternative to the professional software is online photo editing services. Online services, such as, utilize professional designers to edit or enhance images at a fraction of the cost of professional software. Look for these services in the near future to appear at your favorite photo website.


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