This warning displays when your photo or image doesn't meet our minimum recommended resolution, which means that the printed image will be grainy or blurry. In other words, there aren't enough pixels in your image to fill the space well. The size of the photo frame determines what resolution will trigger the warning. There are a few things you can do to resolve the problem:
- If you've zoomed in on the photo, zoom out until the warning disappears.
- Resize the photo frame by clicking on one of the white handles and dragging until the warning disappears.
- Move the photo to a smaller photo frame in one of Picaboo's Layouts.
In some cases, you may choose to ignore the warning because the photo you're including is special to you, and you don't mind a little blurriness. That's OK; if you order your book with photos that have the low-resolution warning, the warning symbol itself won't print, and your photo will.
Another thing to note is that the industry standard digital printing process differs from silver halide printing, which is the process used for Prints printed on photo paper. Silver halide produces a more vibrant image. Picaboo does offer one book style that uses silver halide pages, which is our Flush Mount album.