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Printing Your Own Digital Photographs

by cryogenius (via)
If you take many shots through your digital camera, you can turn those virtual images into real photos by either sending the memory card to a digital photo lab and pay to have the pictures developed there or you can purchase a digital camera printer also known as a digital photo printer. The printer of your own is a particularly good idea if you take a lot of digital camera pictures.

Banner printing

by alfatester & 1 other
Printing banners or posters from any picture, digital photo, Word, Excel simply at home.

Digital Photo Frame

by abacusreader & 1 other
Varnam High Resolution Digital Photo Frames, excellent way to display your digital photographs and Movies


by nitronic91
Actualité des Arts Graphiques, de l'imprimerie de la photo

Digital Photo Printing

by ckerekes
A list of the cheapest online digital photo printing services.


QOOP flickr Photo Printer

by pascalv & 6 others
Printing your flickr photo on a book

QOOP flickr Photo Printer

by pvk & 6 others
Printing your flickr photo on a book

Slashdot | Why Do-It-Yourself Photo Printing Doesn\'t Add Up

by multilinko (via)
CNET and The New Yorks Times (no registration required) report that even though the prices of printers have dropped up to 30 percent in the last few months thanks to a savage price war, buyers are going to pay at least 28 cents a print. This is if you believe the manufacturers' math. It could be closer to 50 cents a print if you trust the testing of product reviewers at Consumer Reports. In the meantime, the price of printing a 4-by-6-inch snapshot at a retailer's photo lab, like those inside a Sam's Club, is as low as 13 cents.

Globetechnology: Copyright issues spook photo labs

by multilinko
When Morgan's mother and a client recently took CDs with some of his shots to a printing lab, the photo technicians spurned them. They said that since the shots seemed to have been taken by a professional, printing the pictures might be a copyright violation.

Globetechnology: Kiosk, Internet or DIY?

by multilinko
When cameras used only film, consumers didn't have much of a choice about where to get their photos printed, unless they had a darkroom at home. Now, with 80 per cent of cameras sold this year projected to be digital models, consumers have more options than ever about where, or even if, to print their snapshots. One result is an all-out war among retailers, printer manufacturers and on-line companies like Snapfish for a piece of the $8.2-billion (U.S.) pie that the Photo Marketing Association International said consumers spent on printing photos last year

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