I'm trying to help my mom improve the quality of her snapshots a bit. She\njust showed me a batch and they were lacking, in my opinion. The grain was\nenormous and detail nonexisten even on 4x6 prints; this is due to the 800\nspeed film in the Kodak disposable camera. I advised her to go with\nsomething slower, especially since all the pics are taken outside or with\nblinding flash. The other problem is that the prints have some sort of\ncolor fringing. For example, every black object with a light background has\na strong magenta line along the edge. Is that from the crappy one-element\nplastic lens, or could it be from the printer? The paper is Fuji Crystal.\nI doubt the paper could cause that effect, but maybe the enlarger has\nalignment problems? The prints almost look like they were scanned in\nlow-res JPEGs printed off on a inkjet. Mom thinks they are pretty nice,\nthough, so maybe I should just leave her alone, although I'd prefer our\nfamily album photos not render us eternally in a magenta fuzz.\n\nWhat's the aperture on those disposables anyway?