To view Jill's photos, click on the subject matter you want to see. If you see a photo you want you can order the photo, or you can usually right click on your mouse to copy the photo onto your computer . Most photos are $.9 to $.29 for a 4x6 photo (however your first 10 to 30 photos may be free) and shipping often starts at $1.49.
If you are unable to view the photos, please let Jill know (314-963-4731 or firstname.lastname@example.org), and she can upload the photos to a different photo sharing web-site.
Jill's favorite photo sharing web-sites are PhotoWorks.com and Shutterfly.com. Here's why:
· Quality PhotosBelgium Digital web-site has researched a variety of photo developing web-sites. They say PhotoAccess produces the highest quality photos (out of the web-sites that offer unlimited free storage of your photos.)
· Variety of Sizes
Photo Access has a variety of photo sizes including digital size prints. You can order glossy or matte, and you can order PhotoStories album pages.
· Date and Time
The web-site tells you the date and time the photo was taken.
· Quality Downloads
Viewers can download a quality photo to their computer.
· Prints Date and Description on Photo Back (main reason I love Shutterfly)
Out of the ten companies I have ordered prints from, Shutterfly and Creative Memories are the only ones that prints something on the back of the photo. (Although Ofoto may print date printed.) Shutterfly prints the date the photo was taken on the back of the photo. You can also type a description to be printed on the photo back. Yea!
·Variety of Photo Manipulation Tools
With Shutterfly you can add borders, crop, reduce red eye, play with color and more.
· Spiral Bound Albums
Shutterfly sells Snapbooks which are spiral bound collections of your pictures with captions.
If You Like Photo Sharing Web-Sites, But Don't Have a Digital Camera, You Can Still Use These Web-Sites for Your Photos.
With some of the photo web-sites you can mail them your 35 mm or APS film, and you too can share your photos like I do. (You don't need to set up a web-site like mine; most sharers e-mail their friends the link or tell their friends to go the home page of such and such photo web-site and enter the sharers e-mail address where it says "enter friend's e-mail address"). The photo sharing web-sites you mailed your film to will process your film (sometimes for free), send you the negatives (sometimes for free) and post your pictures on-line for you to view (for free). Then you log into the web-site and order only the photos you want, or order none. Before you order you have the option to crop the photo, remove red-eye, add colorful borders, create black and white photos, etc.
Photo sharing web-sites that process film include:
· Ofoto.com (free)
· Shutterfly.com ($4.79 per roll)
· Snapfish.com ($1.99 to $3.98 for the service, but that includes up to 27 4x6 photos)
· Clubphoto.com ($1 per roll)
· Webphotos.com ($3.11 per roll)
· samsclub.com (If you get your film developed at your local Sam's Club, they'll upload your photos for no additional charge.)
Above information may not be current, but was current in 2001.
I've got all my photos uploaded, plus I rotated, lighten and/or crop a few of the photos. I decided not to take the time to enter descriptions.
With the these photos and the shower and bachlorette party photos the first 20 are free. All you have to pay is $1.49 for shipping and handling. To get the free photos you need to become a member, but that's free. I also think you need to move the wedding photos in your own folder. It will take about 4 weeks to receive your order.
You may enter descriptions if you would like. (This paragraph is mainly directed to Nelson and Jim, but anyone is invited.) Log into www.photoaccess.com and use my e-mail address of email@example.com and my password is rrrron. The name of the album is Janis and Jim's Wedding. The screen will tell you the photo was taken an hour before it really was taken. That's because I didn't change the time on the camera to daylight savings time. But don't change the time (unless you want to change all times) because I have the pictures sorted by time.
I have uploaded all my camp photos, and I thank Rick Struve for helping me by writing most of the descriptions.
The first fifteen photos you order are free, so you might want to order a few free photos. You will need to pay for shipping which is $1.49, if you order less than 20 prints. (Canadian shipping is $2.99 and international shipping is $4.99)
Although a few of these I cropped to a 4x6 size, most of them are Digital Size. The first 10 you order are free (just $1.65 for shipping,) and membership is free; so you might as well order some photos.
Hi gang, I love the idea of us going to Warrensburg next semester. I think we should go while school is in session, and the last day of school used to be around May 8. The weekend of May 3 would work out great for Ron and I because we could celebrate our birthday that weekend too (our birthday is May 6.) Believe it or not I already have a convention or party scheduled every Saturday in April. I absolutely cannot make it the weekend of April 12 and would really rather not do it the other April Saturdays as the first Saturday I have a party officially booked and the last two Saturdays are for people who I have done their parties several years and I told them "See you next year." In March I'm available every weekend except the day of the Mardi Gras Parade (March 1) and St. Patrick's Day parade (March 15.)
With Ofoto you can add your comments to Jill's photos. If you order Jill's Ofoto pictures, you'll probably want to deselect the zoom and trim option. The photos are digital size photos. If you do zoom and trim you'll cut off part of the photo, as you turn a 4.5" x 6" photo into a 4" x 6".
In addition to my Bruce Kalver photos, you balloon twisters may be interested in seeing my April Florida balloon photos. They are the same photos as above Florida photos, but you won't get bored with non-balloon photos.
A big thank you to Beth and Maria for organizing the dinner.
To download a quality copy to your computer:
1. Click add to my account and set up an account.
2. Click on "upload and describe,"
3. Click the photo you want then click Download.
4. Right click on the picture.
5. Click Save Picture As.
To print a quality copy on your printer without downloading:
1. Click add to my account and set up an account.
2. Click on "upload and describe," "organize and share" or "order prints."
3. Double click on the picture you want and a large picture will come up.
4. Click print. (You probably go to file then scroll down to print.)
Instructions for Printing on Your Printer Photos on PhotoAccess.com. (The links listed on the left may be on a different site such as Shutterfly, which you can do something similar to below, but the photo will be of a lesser quality then PhotoAccess.)