From an article on Petapixel
"In a move that sent shockwaves through a quiet sleepy neighborhood, photos from an iPhone were printed onto photographic paper."
"Lynn’s daughter, a 13-year-old who loves technology said, “Yeah, we were all surprised when mom showed us this box with pictures in it. At first, I didn’t know what they were; I thought they were greeting cards or something, but then I recognized them from her phone. It was pretty crazy. I was all, ‘OMG. I’m actually HOLDING a picture in my hand.’ I mean, I’ve held other stuff in my hands, but I didn’t know, like, you could hold a picture.”
"Said one neighbor,”When she first told us she did this, we took bets that she’d been drinking. Or she saw it on Pinterest. We couldn’t fully understand what she meant by ‘making prince.’ The only time we’d talked about that was after watching “Purple Rain” back in high school, and even then the words “making prince” had the words: “out with” in between them. But then we realized she meant the other kind of prints, which seemed kind of stupid — why would you do that when you have a phone and a computer? But now that we see them, it doesn’t seem like a bad idea at all.”
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