Although supermarkets have mostly watched digital photography dominate over film — many of them shuttering their traditional photo labs in the wake of film's demise — digital printing technology continues to improve. With it, the door is opening again and again for supermarkets to step in and take advantage of a feasible and profitable alternative to film processing. The speed and convenience of in-store kiosks and online ordering services continue to improve, as do their variety and the ...
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