Do you have a ton of pictures that you just have never printed because you don’t feel like heading to a local retailer to get them done? The HP Photosmart 7520 printer may be just what you need!
I have been using the HP Photosmart 7520 printer for about a month now and I have been so impressed with the quality of the printing and the technology of it all that I couldn’t wait to try printing photos.
Before I get to the the photo printing, let me just say, this printer has a ridiculous amount of bells and whistles! I just figured out another feature called HP Quick Forms. This function delivers one-page weekly or monthly calendars, to-do lists etc on MY schedule! I have it set to print my weekly Google calendar which is perfect for blog planning and organization, sometimes I get lost in the online realm!
One photo project that I really wanted to complete was a mini photo collage of my mom taken professionally this past summer. Mom requested the photo shoot and I’m so happy we granted her wishes, it was such a great day. Worst thing about it is that we never printed the pictures, a result of the digital photo era. I knew for my dad’s recent birthday I had to print some pictures and frame them for him.
It was very emotional looking at all of these pictures again knowing Mom isn’t here to enjoy them and that I will never see her physically ever again. I’m so glad we captured her looking healthy and happy when we did though. Being able to choose, edit and print these pictures in the comfort of my own home made the process that much easier.
As you can see from my video, it doesn’t take a lot of time to print a very high quality picture:
The finished project Simple yet impactful.
Now, I just need a proper camera OR learn how to do better with my iPhone (someone needs to tell me why I have 3 photo streams and a lot of missing pics?)!
I’m looking forward to more photo creations with this amazing printer and HP products.