The Basics

Learn more about the basics of photo book creation and the finished product!

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Some Reassurance

Check out reviews from some of the awesome people that use PrestoPhoto to create their printed memories!

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Got Questions?

If you've got questions we've got answers. More than likely. Send us an email!

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Decades-Old Lenses May Be Radioactive

Thanks To PetaPixel Decades-Old Lenses May Be Radioactive, Especially if They’re Made by Kodak DL Cade · May 03, 2013 Late last year, we shared a video in which a photographer tested the radioactivity of an old Pentax 50mm f/1.4 lens that is really popular with film photographers. But that is far from the only

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Aspect Ratio

Have you ever ordered a print and you have to crop your image to have it re-size to the print size you want? The reason this happens is the aspect ratio of your original image is not proportional to the size you would like. Aspect ratio is the proportion of an image’s height to its

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Did They “Borrow” Your Image?

I recently found out of about a wonderful extension to the Google Chrome browser that will make the job of knowing if anyone is using your images with our without your knowledge much easier.  This extension is called Search by Image (by Google).  Once this extension is downloaded, all you need to do is right-click on

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Digitizing Your Old Film Negatives

If you’re like many photographers, you vividly remember the days of film. Even in today’s digital world, the allure of film photography continues to draw enthusiasts who have a passion for the particulars of the format. Chances are that if you’ve been a photographer long enough – amateur or pro – you have hundreds if not thousands of film negatives stored here and there. Well, in the spirit of Spring cleaning we thought it’d be fun to help you digitize and store your old film negatives.

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