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I am very new to this and my "tech savvy" is not brilliant.

Question: I have put together a Collage of pictures. I printed it and the quality was very dark. However, I did priny on "normal" A4 paper and not photographic paper.  If I print on photographic paper, will the quality be better, or are there "tweeks" that will help me?

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@Nobby11

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community.

 

The quality will be better on the photo paper.

 

Tips for printing quality photos:

 

  • Use HP photo paper: HP photo papers are optimized for use with inkjet printers and provide quality prints for craft projects or framing.

  • Take high resolution photos: Higher resolution photographs result in clearer, more vibrant prints.

  • Edit photos before printing: Before printing, use photo editing tools to improve colors, brightness, contrast, and any other appearance settings.

  • Check the computer display: If your computer monitor displays colors inaccurately, printed photo quality might be unsatisfactory. Try changing to the monitor's default color settings or use a calibration tool to confirm the color accuracy.

  • Use Best or Max DPI quality in print settings: Higher print quality settings provide best results.

You can find more on this document: https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c03422222

 

I hope this answers your question. Let me know if you need any further assistance. 

 

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