Printing pictures displayed on screen so they look good turns out to be surprisingly difficult, if not downright impossible.
Photographic images have a number of characteristics that we often don’t consider. I’ll review how digital pictures are constructed and stored and what you need to keep in mind when sharing or publishing.
Of course it depends, but you may be able to get that old monitor working with a new computer.
You can’t add data to an image to make it better, but there are some tricks that can make it visually more appealing.
There are several ways to adjust the size of text and items on your screen. I’ll discuss the commonly used wrong way and the right way.
To get the clearest image possible it’s important to have a graphics card that can produce the native or prefered resolution of your monitor.
Stretched or horizontally elongated screen are a common computer monitor problem. We’ll look at the most likely cause, and resolution.
A window that is too big for your screen can be a real problem. Let’s fix that.