Yes, that's the way I've done it in the past. Not a lot, though--only when I
want something "slicker" than my own printer will produce.
>From: Gordon Tassi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: filmscanners: why not digital minilabs?
>Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 11:07:54 -0400
>Lynn: I understand that the digital machines will also accept an image
>given to them on a disk and that the machine can make the print from it.
>Wouldn't this allow you to controll all but the actual print process. You
>all the adjustments in PS, or other similar program, first to get the
>Lynn Allen wrote:
> > Steve wrote:
> > *There's* one very good reason for retaining total control--the lab will
> > the better print for the same price as the bad one, but you pay for both
> > them. In your decision, you have to estimate how many of those you're
> > to have. Good luck. ;-)
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