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How/where do you get digital prints?

How do you get your pictures printed? I’m slowly acquiring a mass of pictures that I would like printed and would like to be able to make prints that are better than my home printer can do. Now granted its a fairly nice printer and prints great pictures but the pictures need to be sealed somehow, you cant get anything on them or it sticks. I’ve even had trouble putting them in frames because they stick to the glass. I need to fill in this hole in my knowledge. Are they expensive? Are they even practical for an amature that isn’t shooting for anyone? How hard are they to come by?

by Max Dallman at 2006-01-20 17:25:14 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) Florida , United States | Bookmark | | Report spam→

max, take a look at adoramapix. ive had friends get prints from there and they look pretty good. and they are "sealed."

http://www.adoramapix.com/


by Kenneth Dickerman | 20 Jan 2006 17:01 | Chicago, IL, United States | | Report spam→
I used to order through Adorama as well, until recently for some unknown reason I am unable to finish an order with them. I talked to the guys at Adorama, but to no avail. They obviously don’t care enough to solve a problem. Here’s my setup: two diferent computers, mac osx 10.3.9, using safari or FF. I always get stuck at the end when it tells me “shopping cart is empty” wtf? Anyone else have that problem? Would love to know. It used to work great before. If you can get Adorama to work it’s great, especially for NY’ers.

Thanks

by Andreas Kornfeld | 20 Jan 2006 21:01 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | | Report spam→
Adorama looks great, the only problem is I have to wait a long time to upload  pictures, but i guess thats the tradeoff you get. And prints arent super expensive either. I might just try it.

by Max Dallman | 21 Jan 2006 09:01 | Florida, United States | | Report spam→
I use both WHCC and Mpix, both produce good print at a low price, and can do several different finishings and large sized. WHCC is a little better with come commercial loads, Mpix has a simplier interface. I would recco either


by Adam | 21 Jan 2006 10:01 | Ypsilanti, MI, United States | | Report spam→

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Max Dallman, Young Photographer Max Dallman
Young Photographer
Tarpon Springs, Floirda , United States
Kenneth Dickerman, Photographer Kenneth Dickerman
Photographer
Nyc , United States
Andreas Kornfeld, Photographer Andreas Kornfeld
Photographer
(Photographer)
[undisclosed location].
Adam, Art Director Adam
Art Director
Royal Oak, Mi , United States


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