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What camera settings do you suggest for creating the best possible quality prints?

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First thing is first, you definitely want to be shooting raw. This will allow you to get the best quality data so that you can make the most of your files in post-processing. In terms of your camera technique, you want to pay extra close attention to your focus to make sure that your subject is in razor sharp focus. This will give you the possibility to blow up your prints into a larger size. While in the field you also want to pay attention to your exposure and make sure that you have a good setting set up according to your histogram. The better the quality data you capture in the field the more you will ensure you have a better quality final photo! In the end, you can then make larger and nicer prints without any artifacts or noise or other quality issues getting in the way.

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