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Old April 13th, 2007, 10:22 AM   #1
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Online Printing for Wedding Photos

I know this doesn't really have anything to do with video, but I still need some help. I need some recommendations on where to get 198 4x6 prints made online. I'm looking for a place that has good quality and isn't very expensive. It's kind of a rush job as the first batch of wedding photos turned out terrible. Any information is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Old April 13th, 2007, 10:28 AM   #2
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Professional quality with reasonable prices, in my opinion.
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Old April 13th, 2007, 11:15 AM   #3
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Hi Alf -
I know this will sound horribly cheezy, but if you need it really fast, check out the evil blue retail big box store out of Arkansas (yeah, THOSE guys...) - their web site is amazingly fast and mostly reliable... YMMV, had good and bad experiences... BUT, if you have a store in your area with 1 hour processing, you can upload a couple sample files and see if the print quality is adequate for you - they will be the satin finish not glossy from the "quicky" process, not a lot of choices overall, but if you've got the "need for speed" this is one way to get pix fast and cheeeeep. I think the major drugstore chains even have instant processing at kiosks too...

One key thing to remember though, run a few test shots through to see how their machine handles your pictures - then adjust if needed before sending/printing. YOU are the lab, and while the machines may be able to "correct" bad pictures and whatnot, you're better to "pre-process" and run tests.

Just an idea you might not otherwise consider, but if you're in a bind it should get you unstuck!

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