Monthly Archives: November 2007

Shop Talk: Gregory Schern, Director of Digital Imaging at Legion Paper

“D-SLR sales are at an all time high, so three years from now, when those customers get comfortable with their cameras and are ready...

The Zebra F680

Zebra Technologies recently announced the new Zebra F680 Digital Photo Printer. Designed for on-site photo printing and retail photo kiosks, the F680 prints...

Manufacturer Support: A Give and Take Situation

Depending on whom you ask, manufacturer support of retailers is either up, down, or indifferent. Some retailers are very happy about the support they...

Feeling Some Digital Stress

Not much made of a recent story that appeared in USA Today (and maybe not much should be made) that examined how consumer habits...

Turnkey Event Photography Solution Adds Spice to Portrait Business

Perhaps even more impressive than the dramatic increase in image quality we’ve seen since digital imaging began to mainstream in the late 90’s is...

The Retailer’s Roadmap to Online

How would you like to have a place for your customers to come together, to share ideas and offer suggestions even when your retail...

Kodak’s Survey In Praise of Film

Kodak recently sent out a press release on a survey made among 9,000 professional photographers claiming that 75% of them will continue to use...

Retail Apps & Opps: Fujifilm’s Pre-Paid Mailers

Fujifilm U.S.A., Inc. has announced that retailers can now offer their customers the convenience of pre-paid mailers for film and one-time-use cameras (OTUC).Fujifilm explains...

Picture Getting Bigger, Brighter for Digital Photo Frames

When is a threat an opportunity? That’s a question worth pondering about digital picture frames as we move deeper into the fourth quarter. They’re...

Consumer Show & Tell

J. Adelaide Fuller, 31, goes by “Miss Plum” on Flickr.com. The Philadelphia-based photographer’s been sharing her digital photos using the online gallery since it...