from your cell phone
Look for the
following features in a cell phone with camera, if you'd
like to make prints from time to time.
- At least one
megapixel image sensor (more is better)
- A lens that is
protected from dirt and dust
- Flash system
(usually the ones built into cameras are a joke; mine
recommends a maximum distance of 12" from camera to
memory card or other proven method to get the photos out
of the phone.
Before you start
taking photos, buy a removable memory card. We've got the
most popular sizes in stock.
Using your phone's
set up menu, you can select both the size of photos and
where they get stored. Set your phone to take the largest
size photos it can, and choose "memory card" as the place to
store your photos.
If you took
important photos before you bought your memory card, they
will have been stored in your cell phone's small internal
How to move your pictures from your phone to a
If you've taken
pictures that have been saved to your phone, it's
easy to move them onto the memory card and free up
memory for future photo opportunities.
Depending on your phone model,
there may be more (or less) steps to move your
Access your phone's album to view the pictures
you've taken with your phone.
Select each of the pictures you wish to move to your
After your pictures are selected, choose "Move" from
the menu to move them to the memory card.
Transferring pictures from your memory card
Once your pictures
have been transferred to the memory card you can
remove the card from the phone and use it with any
memory card reader through a USB connection and
Center now offers
user-friendly kiosks that
allow you to use your memory card to transfer and
print pictures. Using a kiosk will provide you with
instant, professional prints. Itís as easy as
inserting the memory card into the front of the
kiosk. Easy-to-follow instructions will walk you
through the rest.
The great thing about using a
print kiosk is that it enables you to edit your
pictures before printing. Kiosk software typically
includes features to crop, adjust color and
contrast, remove red-eye and also add creative
touches like boarders and text.