High Resolution Photo CD

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    Im sure this is a dumb question but how do I make a photo CD with high resolution so that photos can be printed off it? Thanks in advance.
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    If you're copying from a DSLR to your computer, just drag the files into the drive and click on "Write these files to CD." (Assuming you're using WinXP). If this is for a client, you probably want to convert the files from RAW to JPEG.
    Unless you resize the images, they'll always be the same size you shot them.
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    Yes, all you need to do, is write the files to the CD. You will obviously need to have a CD/DVD burning drive.
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    I usually upload my photos to PaintShop Pro so that I can edit them. How do I get them to a CD from there? I do have a CD/DVD burner. Thanks
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    When you are done editing in Paint Shop, save the image as a jpeg. After that, you'll probably want to use a CD burning software (like Nero or whatever you have, something always comes with the burner). Just use that program to choose what images to burn and write away.

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