Got digital photos? Show them off!
Welcome to the Flying Sam Digital Photo Guide, where we help you show off your digital photos. Here you will find information about digital photo printing, personalized photo gift ideas, novelties, and other photo finishing services that take your digital photo prints to the next level of fun.
Selecting Objects with the Magic Wand
A beginner's guide to selecting objects in photos using Adobe Photoshop Elements
Have you ever wanted to take a person from one digital photo and put them into another? Or wanted to remove the background to create a cutout of a person or other object?
I find that many beginners would love to create photo compositions such as these, but are not sure where to begin. This article was written as a step-by-step tutorial to show you how to select various objects in photos and transfer them to another image. More »
Should You Print or Develop?
After buying a digital camera, the next question is how to put the photos into someone's hands. The easiest solution for digital photo printing seems to be the purchase of a printer, so that prints can be created at home, at the whim of the photographer.
A printer may indeed be the right answer, but don't forget to first consider the following: cost of the printer, cost of printing supplies, quality of the finished image, desk space for the printer, and your time at the computer. More »
Online Digital Photo Developing
Developing your digital photos online is convenient because you don't have to leave your home or office to put your photos on paper. You upload your images and receive photo-quality pictures in the mail.
If you are not sure what I mean by "developing", and how that may be different from "printing" your own photos at home, More »
Digital Photo Printing at Home
Digital photo printing at home has a special appeal to many for the simple reason of being able to walk up to the computer and have a photo in hand within minutes.
Is the 4x6" size too liming for you? No problem.
Choose the size and shape of your photo to your heart's content (within your printer's limits, of course).
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