Our wedding photographer mentioned “digital negatives.” What are these?
A digital negative is the digital equivalent of a film negative: It’s the unaltered computer file that is recorded by a digital camera. When you shoot a roll of film, the lab processes the film and the result is a set of negatives. These negatives are then used to make prints. In the digital world, the image file—in other words, the computer file—produced by the camera is the digital negative. After skillful processing by your wedding photographer, this image file is what’s sent to the photo lab to make a print.
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