After receiving the Canon G16 at the beginning of the year I decided to purposefully shoot a series of photos that could be printed and put on display to help support the Natural Living Country Store and Juice Bar. In order to complete the project required coming to terms with a significant learning curve of befriending digital photography methods and technical methods of adapting to the new technologies. For example importing raw files to an inexpensive tablet for editing and sharing while on the go.
Twenty years ago when I would gather up my edited fuji 50 slides and bop over to the old Photo Craft Studio in Portland, Oregon it was a fairly simple process of getting some high quality cibachrome prints made for clients. After creating an account with Photo Shelter and sorting out the "can's and cant's" of ordering prints I chose to give Pro DPI based in Englewood, Colorado a try. After downloading their software the process of ordering several prints was a very simple process and I received some very good quality prints very quickly. Not to mention the print prices are excellent.
Here are a few of the images which were selected for prints and happy to say folks are enjoying them.