photofinishing


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photofinishing

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

pho•to•fin•ish•ing

(ˌfoʊ toʊˈfɪn ɪ ʃɪŋ)

n.
the act or occupation of developing films, printing photographs, etc.
pho`to•fin′ish•er, n.
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Photo Finale provides photo kiosks, photo-ordering websites, professional proofing gallery sites, and custom iPhone and Android apps to photofinishing retailers worldwide.
Prior to that she held various positions with Eastman Kodak Company, including corporate executive vice president and president of the Film, Photofinishing and Entertainment Group and the display and components business unit.
Photo retailers can use their existing Kodak photofinishing equipment to offer consumers the convenience of ordering photos online and picking them up the same day at the retail location.
"This is not just about photos, which are a flat business," says Alex Liff, HP's worldwide product marketing manager for photofinishing solutions.
"Kodachrome is an iconoic product and a testament to Kodak's long and continuing leadership in imaging technology," said mary jane Hellvar, President of Kodak's Film, Photofinishing and Entertainment Group in a released statement.
Finnish wholesale photofinishing company Eirikuva Digital Image Oyj Ab, owned by the Swedish investor Amago Capital AB, said on Monday (11 August) that it is continuing to reorganise its operations and develop its digital photofinishing lab.
"Photography at any level is about telling a story, whether it be a class field trip, a child's birthday party or a family vacation," says Mary Jane Hellyar, president of the film, photofinishing and entertainment group and executive vice president for Kodak.
"We hope even more people will decide to try the service for free on Wednesday," said Walgreens' photofinishing general merchandise manager John Sugrue.
Noritsu has a tradition of innovation, as we were pioneers of the one-hour photofinishing process when the industry first began.
Between 2004 and 2005, wireless telecommunications carriers, travel agencies, and photofinishing services experienced the greatest productivity gains.
The online solution will reportedly be provided by LifePics, while Qualex will complete wholesale photofinishing services for Pamida.