It is certainly possible to make your digital photos look as good as film photos. Follow a few simple rules for frame-worthy results:
The resolution that the photo is taken at is important but just as important as that will be the was that the photo was printed. Although the home photo printers and improving, I still feel that the photo going through a chemical process (like at a photo lab) will create the best results as well as having the best archieval quality. Also important to the outcome of the photo will be the quality of the camera itself (some have better lenses than others, some will have better color and some will have better allowance for low light situations) I prefer to stay with brands that specialize in optics.
Film cameras need the actual literal film while digital cameras need the memory. So basically you can take a lot more pictures with a digital camera compared to one roll of film camera. - - - - - You don't NEED to send digital camera photos to a lab to be processed, unless you want prints and then you really should--they make inkjet printers for photos but it's actually cheaper to send them off plus they'll look better if you do. Film has to be developed. You can use film one time. Digital memory cards can be erased and reused, which is not necessarily a good thing--I know I've thrown away files I wish I hadn't. Film can be enlarged much more than digital.
You can get digital picture prints from any good picture shop. They will be able to supply you with good quality pictures and may even be able to frame them for you too.
Nokia is a brand of digital camera is cheap but still takes good photos. Read more at www.articlesnatch.com/topic/best+digital+camera+brand
Yes, all CVS pharmacies have photo kiosks where you can purchase digital photo prints and the price is just as good as anywhere. The kiosks are really neat because you can even add text and frames to your photos with the touch of a button.
The best cheap digital cameras can, however, yield photos of good quality for using on the Internet and for making small prints. Thanks to technological advancements, today's inexpensive digital cameras have more power than you might think. Here are the some of the best cheap digital cameras for less than $100, listed in alphabetical order.
A photographer should enjoy talking with people and should have good communication skills. Photographers should also be skilled with computers and able to work with digital and film prints.
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Cannon makes a fax, printer, scanner combo that prints out the best photos.
Film cameras are alot better quality then digital cameras.
Digital. You'll want to take a lot of photos, and film is too expensive. If you really want to learn photography, pick up a good text (it will cost you about $50) and start at the beginning. Also, take any classes you can afford. It's time well spent.
Linda's Printing and other local printing companies swill be the best places to get professional digital prints. To find a complete list of printing companies in this area, check your local yellow pages.
Yes, you can print digital camera photos at home. To do so you need a cord from your digital camera to hook up to the computer, some sort of photo printing software that will allow you to change the size and quality of the photo, as well as a good color printer. Step by step instructions can be found at this good informative website: www.rideau-info.com/photos/printing.html
A Polaroid camera takes a picture and instantly prints it directly from the camera. Some people prefer this instantaneous physical photo, although the quality isn't as good as with a digital camera. A digital camera captures the image onto a tiny memory card, and also shows the picture on a video screen so one can decide whether to save or delete it. Digital cameras produce higher quality photos and have many more capabilities in terms of zoom and taking different types of photos.
Quality of photos from a digital camera will depend directly on the quality of the camera. The pixels from each camera will determine the quality. Again, I look this question up online but did not find a good answer for this question.
The perfect digital cameras to take close up photos are point and shoot cameras. You may not need extra lens to get the close up photos. Nikon is a good brand of camera to take close up photos.
Youcanget posters of your digital photos or artwork at this site http://www.posterunlimited.com/. They do custom printing. Good Luck!
Yes, you can make your own passport photos. First make sure the size of the photos for your conuntry. Different countries have different sized passport photos. Use the related link for sizes. Most countries publish specs for passport photos and do not require who takes or prints your photo. Canada requires the photographer to stamp on the back and identify the person. You can take a photo with a digital camera and crop it with Photoshop or Picasa. Printing can be tricky so you can put multiple passport photos on a 4x6 inch print format and get printed. Good luck
Yes, in all the searches I have seen all of them say eBay is a really good market for selling digital photos.
The only difference between the two cameras, is that you can preview and save or delete pictures, coming out with more of the "good" prints. The batteries are needed in both, and you must pay for professional development. The digital is more up to speed on a persons' needs but the old-fashioned one still rocks.
The best place to find photos from the Library of Congress is to visit them at their Washington DC location or find them online. The extensive collections are made easily accessible and specific inquiries can be made to librarians specializing in prints and photos.
Always use good lighting, and make sure you do not use the zoom feature when taking digital photographs. Zoom makes the photos come out looking very pixelated. Also, if it has a focus feature, make sure to use it.
I own the artisan 835, and it prints amazing pictures! just printed out our engagement photos and they look professionally done! Amazing printer!
Going on a road trip can be a fun experience. You'll want to pack the best digital camera, so you can take good pictures. Pull over on the side of the road to take pictures of the scenery. The best digital camera will take photos that are much better than the photos taken with your cellphone. Take the time to learn how to take good pictures with your digital camera. The more you learn about photography, the better your road trip images. Even the best digital camera won't take good pictures, if it's not operated properly. Experiment with the digital camera's functions, and practice taking pictures before your road trip. The skill of the photographer has a lot to do with taking quality photos.
Generally speaking, film has a much better resolution than digital cameras. In fact, if you were to compare good 35mm color film to the "megapixel" rating of digital cameras, film would rate in the area of 24 megapixels. The problem is not with the resolution of the storage media (digital vs. film), but rather the abilities of the cameras themselves. A disposable camera is going to have a disposable lens in it. Lenses have a very big impact on the quality of your photos. So, in short, the disposable camera might have a better resolution, but the digital camera will likely have sharper pictures. The operative word here is disposable. Most of the 'disposables' on the market would be better if they were disposed of before taking pictures.
Adobe Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro and Windows Image all are good for editing digital photos. You can use Google Picasa online as well.