Figure. Traditional print-film camera users simply mark a box on the photo-processing envelope, or request PhotoNet at one-hour processing venues. Their images are then scanned at high resolution and uploaded to one of PhotoNet's servers for access over the Internet. Digital camera users simply upload their images to the Web site so that relatives can order prints at a location convenient to them. PhotoNet customers can e-mail photos, create e-mail "postcards," order reprints and enlargements, download images at various resolutions, and order merchandise emblazoned with selected images.
With 2,000 on-site processing outlets, another 1,000 locations in partnership with Wolf Camera and Video, and numerous wholesale drop-boxes, Kodak is the US market leader in the field.