Re: getting photos online (was Topaz update)
> Message: 3I'll put in a plug for Walmart here. For an extra 97 cents per roll,
> Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 00:40:04 -0400
> From: stephensonhw@...
> Subject: Re: Re: Topaz update.
> Find a photo lab that will develop the film and scan it onto a Kodak
> Picture CD. It should only cost a couple of dollars extra. You can
> even ask them not to give you prints and you will save money. Once
> you see the pictures full-screen on your computer, you won't bother
> with crummy machine-made prints again.
>> Any old camera will do, it just takes a bit longer to see the
>> finished product. Then you might get someone to scan the >glossy 4X6
>> photos for you,like I do since I am such a ten thumbed idiot.
they'll scan the photos and post them on the web. When you pick up
your pictures, you get a card with an access code. You have aprox. one
month to access the photos, and then one month from then to download
them from the Walmart.com site. You get a small(330x220),
medium(768x512), and large(1536x1024) version of each picture. It's a
heck of a lot easier than scanning a whole roll at home, and you can't
beat the price.