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I’ve been told to upscale my photo before getting it printed It is a recommendation. You do not have to if you do not want to. The point, in reality, is if you actually know how a 100PPI image looks like. 100PPI means that you have a little square of 1/100 of an inch. You might see them or not, depending on the viewing distance and the print quality. But ...


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It is not 100dpi (ink dots per inch)... the printer will run at whatever resolution it is capable of (300+ typically). It is ~ 100ppi (pixels per inch); which is a little low for a print viewed from short distance. But it is adequate for a 20x30 print viewed from 3+ ft away (standard viewing distance). If I didn’t get the photo upscaled, would it print out ...


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Most plugins work on a copy of an image, although this depends on the host program. Some can apply their changes on a layer, which preserves the original data on its own layer.


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