Help With Cart
Most gallery owners permit you to buy prints and gifts. If they do you'll find buy icons above each photo:
Click this photo to select just the one you're viewing. Gears will turn to confirm its addition to the cart. Click view cart to check out.
Click multiple photos to buy more than just the photo you're viewing. You'll see a thumbnail of every photo in the gallery so you can click to choose:
Selected images have red borders. Click next and presto: you're in your cart.
Cart confusion? Bet we know where:
1. The duplicate button.
Click when you want two different print sizes from the same photo.
2. Those odd red lines on your photo.
It's a rude shock to discover that your photo won't fit all print sizes without surgery. But at least you're empowered with your own knife: the crop button.
Gotcha: If you do nothing, only what's inside those blue lines will print on your photo.
Option: Choose the no-crop option from the pull-down menu. Instead of cutting some of your image to make it fit the paper, it will add two white borders so nothing is lost.
3. Prints for small cameras.
It's painful but true: all compact digital cameras take 3x4 photos, which fit your TV perfectly but do not fit 4x6, 5x7 or 8x10 paper perfectly.
One solution: buy 4xD prints.
4. I want 36 matte and 21 glossy...
On top of your cart, you'll find a quick way to copy any selection from one print to a group of others.
5. True or auto color?
Autocolor is not the quick & dirty adjustment found in desktop programs that foul as many images as they improve. Our autocolor is based on i2e, an industrial-strength commercial program that harms very few photos but improves a high percentage.
True color is for professionals and serious amateurs who adjust their photos perfectly. For pro accounts, true color is the default. It's an option precious few labs or home printers offer because auto white balance and auto exposure on digital cameras are far from perfect.