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Automatic photo printing software
Joshua Brown, Photographer
Raeford | NC | USA | Posted: 8:07 AM on 07.12.15
->> I'm looking for software that will allow me to "one-click" print photos from a camera tethered to a laptop. Basically, the kind of software used for santa photos/promo events or similar. Take a few photos of customers, click one to print, click on size/package and have the photos print. I have lightroom, but I'm looking for something a little more streamlined. If anyone has any experience with software that does this, I would appreciate the insight.
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Eric Thieszen, Photographer
Mooresville | IN | USA | Posted: 11:14 AM on 07.12.15
->> I use Express Digital Darkroom Core version, It isn't cheap $475 but it works exactly like what you need. I use it for our Santa gigs as well as all our event work. I got it from Imaging Spectrum out of Plano, TX. http://www.imagingspectrum.com/express-digital-darkroom/
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Joshua Brown, Photographer
Raeford | NC | USA | Posted: 6:38 AM on 07.14.15
->> Thanks Eric, that looks pretty good. I watched the demo video, but had one more question. Does the program allow you to save and set custom packages (IE, 2 5x7 and 4 wallet) and print them at one time, or would I need to select them separately (two 5x7>print, 4 wallet> print)?
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Eric Canha, Photographer
Brockton | MA | United States | Posted: 4:38 PM on 07.14.15
->> Look at Qimage might be everything you are looking for. It does allow you to setup packages.
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Eric Thieszen, Photographer
Mooresville | IN | USA | Posted: 12:24 AM on 07.15.15
->> Yes you can create and save packages like you mentioned. In the setup you can name a package and include several sizes and quantity of each size in the package. We set up packages that match up with our order forms and that makes order fulfillment easy.
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Joshua Brown, Photographer
Raeford | NC | USA | Posted: 10:19 PM on 07.16.15
->> Thanks guys, I'll talk a look at these and a few others I found via google searches. Also, does anyone know of a program that can e-mail an image when an address is added, without me having to e-mail each photo individually?
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Eric Thieszen, Photographer
Mooresville | IN | USA | Posted: 9:39 AM on 07.17.15
->> The Express Digital also has that feature as well as post to facebook. I have never used them but have heard that it works good.
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Joshua Brown, Photographer
Raeford | NC | USA | Posted: 5:14 PM on 07.19.15
->> Awesome. Express Digital seems to offer everything I'm looking for. Thanks again!
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