Printing Pictures from the computer has become a large part of life. Instead of going to your local pharmacy where you can wait 60 minutes and get them developed for around $10, you can now buy a photo printer and print from your home for less. Lets say you’ve gotten 30 print outs from your developer for $10. You can buy photo paper and some ink cartridges and just print 90 copies for about $15. It may look like it costs more, but you’re saving $15 because you can now print three times more for half the price.
Technology has advanced a lot. I have said this many times and will keep on saying this. Developments with cameras and memory and now photos to be printed in excellent condition at home for free. You don’t have to wait in line or wait 60 minutes to get your 30 copies. You can keep the printer running for 30 mins and get all your photos printed as you watch television. The high quality ink and paper found these days were unimaginable 10 years ago. And 10 years from now, it’ll be even better.