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Old 10-25-2003, 09:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've only been shooting digital images since the first of this past summer. I'm having a difficult time finding a printing service that provides a quality glossy or matte finished print. I've tried a few on-line but have for the most part been disapppointed. My budget does not allow me to buy a high-end photo printer at this time...so I'm dependent upon someone else to print for me. Can anyone provide me with an on-line web-link where I can have my images printed professionally? Thanks!

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Old 10-25-2003, 09:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try Pictopia.com....I've gotten good results from them. They're relatively inexpensive, given what po labs charge.

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Old 10-26-2003, 01:29 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I'll second the recommendation for Pictopia for prints larger than 8x10, or for odd sizes (such as 9x12 for models' portfolios).

For 4x6 and 5x7 prints, Shutterfly does an excellent job. Just make sure that the "Turn off automatic corrections" checkbox under "Effects" is checked.
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Wow, that pictopia place is expensive. I've been using EZprints.com and have been happy with black and white prints but have had a little trouble with color consistancy however I have yet to see if htat's on my end or not. I just invested in one of those color spyders so I'm going to give it another shot. I haven't tried them yet but someone else reccomended www.michiganphoto.com, their 8x10 prices are great ($2.85), anything larger and it jumps up to about $8 or $9 though. Adorama also claims to have "pro" lab for digital prints, price is right but no idea how "pro" the results are.
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Try http://www.mbphotoplus.com (a pro lab heere in Myrtle Beach) or 843-488-7999 ask for Tony Wiggins.

Also there is a new service from Miller's called www.mpix.com.

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You are better off getting an Epson 1280 printer and use their premium glossy and matte paper. It prints borderless to 11X14 inch prints and you get the fun of seeing prints immediately. Also, you can change cropping, color, etc. right away. It comes with Adobe Elements II(Photoshop for photographers only).

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