Printing and Preserving Your Images

In This Chapter

  • Photo-Quality Printers

  • Protecting and Preserving Your Prints

  • Storing Images Digitally

Photo-Quality Printers

Photo-quality printers have come a long way from the first-generation models that were around in the early 1990s. The output quality rivals that of traditional photo lab prints. The prints produced from those early models (particularly ink-jet printers) were prone to rapid fading—sometimes in a matter of months. Obviously, you want your prints to be the best quality available, as well as to last for generations. This is especially important when providing your services to ...

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