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Guide to printing digital photographs - Guide to printing digital photographs
Thu, April 28 2005 | 2:49PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The process of getting digital photos printed works in exactly the same way as getting prints developed from 35mm film, except that instead of handing over a roll of film to the smiling employee behind the counter, you'll need to take in the camera's memory card. Unlike a roll of exposed film, however, a memory card is reusable and is probably worth quite a bit of cash. So, rather than leaving your card at the shop overnight, most high-street mini-labs have a system of copying the digital image files from the card to the hard disk of the lab's computer so the card can be handed back to you straight away.
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