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When I print out my pictures the clarity is really bad

I've tried to print out picture from my camera at home and have it done at a store but everytime the clarity is bad - it's not clear like they used to be. So I was wondering is something going bad or have a possibly changed something I shouldn't have.

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You may have accidentally turned ON macro mode. (the icon with the flower) or low light mode. Review your image settings.

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