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Tips to ensure the best quality for Photo Gifts

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-31 10:00:01
Tips to ensure the best quality for Photo Gifts : Looking for the holiday gift that ‘keeps giving?” A photo gift may be just the answer. A very special photo captured in time and printed onto a mug, mouse pad, puzzle or even a Christmas ornament can last for years. In order to ensure the highest quality photo gift item, FotoTime, a leading provider of digital photo and video solutions, recommends several things to keep in mind when you are taking and selecting a photo. First and foremost, your photo should have good lighting, color, contrast and balance. Take some time to go through your photo library. Also, consider using your favorite photo editor to correct common problems such as incorrect white balance or improper exposure.


Cheap photo prints for FotoShare subscribers

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-10-29 19:00:00
Cheap photo prints for FotoShare subscribers : FotoTime, a leading provider of digital photo and video solutions, announced a new everyday low price of 10 cents for 4x6-inch prints for FotoShare subscribers. FotoTime's pricing is now lower than Kodak, Snapfish, Shutterfly, Wal-Mart and Costco. Unlike other online services, there is no prepaid purchase plan or minimum quantity requirement. FotoTime consumers also can choose between a glossy or matte finish when ordering prints. FotoTime uses the highest quality Fuji Crystal Archive paper available for long-lasting vibrant colors and endurance. "Our corporate commitment is to provide the best value possible to the customer," said Jeff Kelling, FotoTime vice president of technology.






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