Art and Photography

Online Digital Photo Printing

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  • Dec 10th, 2009 11:27 am
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Nov 3, 2006
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gotak wrote:
Dec 8th, 2009 10:58 pm
Do believe that you can turn off their "color optimization" setting for Kodak. You can also crop your photos (as you should) before your send them in. If they are the same ratio as the print you can get them without the boarder area. You wouldn't want any software or 3rd party to do the cropping anyhow. It does take some time but you'd get better prints.
Yeah, I never use any of the photo touchup features offered by online printers. Photoshop allows you to crop and resize in one operation, so that would come in handy.