Nov 30, 2004

Digital photo printing, processing a blurry issue

Lara Bradley of The Sudbury Star writes about the hidden costs of digital camera ownership, in the form of printing/processing costs.
Preserving memories
"Everyone buys a digital camera with a dream: unlimited shots and being able to print your own photos at home.

But over the past four or five years, as more and more people embrace the digital photo era, the actual printing and processing of digital photos has become a blurry issue.

The Mirror, a newspaper in England, recently ran a story claiming that printer ink is one of the most expensive liquids on the planet. It compared its cost per tablespoon to liquids such as Chanel No. 5 perfume and the best whiskey money can buy, finding the ink beat all hands down.

Read the whole article here...