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Make sure your photos are 300 dpi or better. What does that mean?

It means DON’T pull your photos off your website. Use the original photos from your digital camera, or scan color prints at the highest resolution your scanner will allow.

Warning: Low-Resolution Images Don't Print Well!

Many images, particularly 72dpi jpegs taken off the Internet, look jagged and blurry when printed on paper, especially glossy stock. Those images have already been reduced in resolution so they load fast on the internet, and you can’t go backwards to make a low resolution file into high resolution. You need to start with a high resolution file. For best results, we recommend that your images be at least 300dpi (dots per inch). The best thing to do is send us the original images from your digital camera.

To get good images from your digital camera, use the highest quality setting available on the camera.

Internet safety for children:

Unfortunately in this day and age, Internet safety for kids is something we have to teach our children, because when your child ‘surfs’ the net, they don’t necessarily know the dangers they can face online.

Just like ‘saying no’ to drugs and alcohol, giving out personal information and pictures can lead to identity theft, and meeting with strangers whom you’ve only talked to online can be very hazardous; has proven by the recent wave of Internet of abductions by Internet predators.

Being aware of your child’s online activities is the best way to keep them safe, but you can also use parental control programs to help limit or monitor what they view or do when they go online.

You see, when your child uses the computer, parental control is the key to their safety. What you don’t know your about kids are doing online can hurt them and you too!

Ok, so you now have a computer at home and have access to the information superhighway. Now what? Well keep in mind that your children also have access to that information every time you let them go online too.

And teaching your children about online internet safety for kids is your job! Take it very seriously. Using Internet filters, Internet monitoring programs can help you create a child safe Internet experience, but in the end the responsibility of keeping them safe falls on you.

You need to teach your kids that it is not’t appropriate or safe to give out personal information online. Teach them that they should never share any passwords with anyone outside your family, never agree to meet someone in person who you've only net online, and most importantly, set time limits for your children going online and know what they do when they are in front of the computer.

Even if you don’t have a computer at home, it is a good idea to ask your child what they know about Internet safety. Because more than likely they get on the Internet at school, at a friend’s house or at the library, and it is important that they understand what they should and shouldn't’t do online.

Although your child's school may use an Internet content filter, most of public libraries do not. So, teaching online safety to your child is a must.

The Internet is a wonderful tool to be used for research and recreational purposes, but as we said before many children are oblivious to the possible dangers that can be present online.

The Internet is anonymous, so they think nothing can hurt them there. In most cases that is true, but it is better to stay safe than end up being sorry.

Here are some important Internet safety rules you should share with your children:

  • Don’t give out personal information (address, phone, town and name of school, etc.) online, never agree to meet someone you’ve only talked to online.

  • Never send your picture to someone you only know online

  • Don’t respond to messages that are mean or make you feel uncomfortable

  • Don’t give out passwords to anyone but family members and use good ‘netiquette’ when you are online.

There is no such thing as a child safe Internet, but when your kids follow these simple rules they will have pleasant (and safe) online experiences.

We make a “child safe Internet” every time we focus on teaching Internet safety for kids.

There are other ways we as parents can also keep our kids safe too. But by knowing what your kids are doing online by being observant is the best way to keep them safe, but having these types of Internet monitoring programs as a back up can give you peace of mind.

For more information about parental controls software, Internet safety tips, and teen peer pressure you can visit our web site at:

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