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Photos from phones Phone photographs can vary a lot in quality in terms of sharpness and detail. It mainly depends on the pixel count and the size of the photo on the printed page. We will always do what we can to make images usable but that isn’t always possible. The Internet is a useful design resource for finding photographs and graphics but care must be taken in deciding what to use. Images from websites These are normally not good enough quality. Website images are usu–ally low resolution (72dpi)  to speed up their display on screens. They can sometimes be used if the printed version is to be small or if quality is not important. Image search sites These vary in quality but are sometimes good enough. Bear in mind that many high quality Internet images are commercial products with a copyright watermark on them. Google Images, Bing Images - many are low quality, there are copyright issues and some have watermarks Unsplash, Pexels, Pixabay - free to use, no watermarks