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Love the picture-taking side of digital photography but not the printing side You ll be happy to know that you can get great prints from your digital images at a reasonable cost at just about any place where you used to drop off your film for processing. You can choose from four basic types of digital-printing services:
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If you can t wait an hour for your pictures, many labs and convenience stores have
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(www.shutterfly.com), offer another printing solution. You upload your image files to the web site, and your prints come in the mail a few days later. If you create a personal album page at these sites, your friends and relatives can also order prints of your files, which saves you the hassle of making and mailing the prints to everyone who wants a copy. Print prices average about 45 cents for a 4 6-inch print to $4 for an 8 10, not including shipping.
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lab for output. Most labs can color-match the prints to proofs that you make on your home printer. For that reason, when I elect to have to lab prints made, I typically choose this option. Expect to pay slightly more for the benefits of color-matching; labs in my area charge about $7 for an 8 10-inch print but offer good discounts if you print more than one copy of the same image. Many pro labs also offer the same kind of one-hour printing offered at retail photo labs, at competitive prices. All these services use printers that output your images on traditional photo paper, so you can expect the same print life as you get from film prints. Assuming that the lab uses archival photo paper, which is the norm, that s about 60 years if you safeguard the print from heavy light exposure, moisture, heat, and environmental pollutants.
Before taking your images to the printer, be sure to find out what output resolution and file format you should use when preparing the image files. For one-hour photo printing and do-it-yourself kiosks, you usually can take in your raw, unedited image files; the printer automatically sets the output resolution to whatever ppi is needed to output the image at the size you request. (Remember that a good print requires an output resolution of 200 to 300 ppi.) But with an online printing service or professional imaging lab, you need to follow specific file-prep guidelines.
Don t forget that traditional photo sizes 4 6, 5 7, 8 10, and so on have a different aspect ratio than the image files produced by most digital cameras. That means that the printer may need to crop your photo or add a blank border to produce the print. See 3 for more on this subject.
Putting Pictures on the Screen
When Hollywood producers decide to take a popular novel to the big screen, they hire a screenwriter to pare the book content to movie length. You likewise need to whittle down digital photos destined for the screen. Otherwise, your pictures will contain too many pixels, resulting in images that are too big to fit on the screen. If you re sharing the pictures via the web or e-mail, pixel-heavy images also cause long download times. This chapter shows you how to perform this vital image-reduction surgery. In addition, you ll find information about saving your screen pictures in the two main web file formats, JPEG and GIF, and you ll get a look at some great ways to share your pictures online.
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