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(Photography) photog the act of printing and developing of photographs for commercial purposes


(ˌfoʊ toʊˈfɪn ɪ ʃɪŋ)

the act or occupation of developing films, printing photographs, etc.
pho`to•fin′ish•er, n.
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Finnish wholesale photofinishing company Eirikuva Digital Image Oyj Ab, owned by the Swedish investor Amago Capital AB, said on Monday (16 June) that it is reorganising its operations and developing its digital photofinishing lab.
The commercial wholesale photofinishing process remains a mystery, however, for consumers who drop off a roll of film at the pharmacy or photo retailer to be picked up later.
Photofinishing continues to offer retailers strong revenue opportunities, according to officials at Noritsu America Corp.
Of the 628 Best Buy stores in America, more than 100 now have imagelabs that offer in-store photofinishing capabilities, according to Brian Stone, program manager for the company.
Understanding the business potential of on-site digital photofinishing.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-7 February 2000-Kodak and HP team up to develop new retail photofinishing options (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
In addition to those shifts, the drug chain has changed the hierarchy in its photofinishing business.
IN FOCUS: A month after Fuji snatched Wal-Mart's photofinishing business, Eastman Kodak Co.
Frontier Lite is ideal for supermarkets, drugstores, consumer electronics stores, convenience stores, or anywhere photofinishing services are offered.
announces the availability of prepaid online photofinishing cards that retailers can sell to customers.
NEW YORK -- Photofinishing is a thriving business for many mass market retailers and, done right, it is one that can drive brand recognition and customer loyalty.
NEW YORK - The aggressive introduction of one-hour minilabs has helped keep chain drug stores at the top of the photofinishing market.