Getting Fuji Frontier Prints Made

© 2002 Mark McIntyr

© 2002 Mark McIntyre

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© 2002 Mark McIntyr

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© 2002 Mark McIntyre

ABOUT THE IMAGE

Driving Through the Lane and on to #1 Canon EOS 1D digital camera, 200mm f/2.8 (260mm effective focal distance), ISO 200, Fine image setting, f/5.6 @ 1/500,1648 x 2364 pixels, 2.0MB .jpg

If you like to get your photos processed at a nearby one-hour photo lab and you now want quick turn-around on inexpensive prints made from images that you have on a CD-ROM or other digital image storage media, you should look for a nearby photo lab that has one of the Fuji Frontier printers. An increasing number of one-hour labs and independent film labs are using these printers, which are high capacity machines that can produce prints from conventional films, digital still cameras, and computer manipulated images. Fuji Frontier printers may be found at some drug stores that process film, discount stores, such as Costco, some of the Wolf camera stores, and so on. Taking the time to find one nearby can be worthwhile as prints made from a Fuji Frontier printer are generally excellent value. Typical prices at discount stores are: 4" x 6" $0.40,5" x 7" $2.50,8" x 10" $5.00, and 10" x 15" $13.00.

The objective of this example is to make an 8" x 10" print of the excellent NCAA basketball photo that was taken by Mark McIntyre during a game between NC State and the soon-to-be 2002 NCAA basketball champions — Maryland.

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