Digital Photography and Digital Printing Exposed

Digital photography and subsequent digital printing is incredible new technology that has virtually eliminated the process of analog photography which has been around for nearly 200 years.Digital photography allows us to take many more photos than previously, without needing to replace film in the camera.
This allows the photographer to concentrate on the primary process which is of course, taking pictures, without the possibility of missing that perfect shot while changing film.Let us recall first of all that a traditional analogue photograph consisted mainly of the impression created by the exposure of a photosensitive reagent on a coated plastic film
In analogue photography the film must be developed then printed on paper, while in digital photography the image is stored in a data-processing memory.In digital photography the film is replaced by a photosensitive sensor. In fact there are 3 sensors required in order to be able to photograph color, with a sensor for each primary color: (Red, Green and Blue).
This is the main fundamental difference between digital and analogue photography, as all the other parts of the cameras are basically identical such as the case, zoom, auto focus features etc.When printing your digital photos, remember that the ultimate quality of the finished product depends on 3 fundamental parameters:The intrinsic quality and definition of the digital image.The degree of technology of the process of transferring the image to the paper.The quality of paper used.Many people are now utilising online digital printing services. My recommendation when using there sites is to initially just get some 6×4 prints produced to test the quality.
Shop around and you will find online sites that will produce custom albums, cards, and framed or unframed prints.
Online interfaces are now very user friendly, allowing a range of views from full sized through to medium or even thumbnails
You can also obtain printed photo books of albums and distribute photographs to your digital frame.
Some online services allow uploads of photographs via you browser, while others require specific software to facilitate the uploads to their servers.