Recommended Printing Labs?

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  1. manaheim

    manaheim Jedi Bunnywabbit Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, I honestly did search and didn't find anything... I *know* I've seen this answered before, but ... *scratches head*

    Could I get some recommendations for reputable print labs? One in the Boston area would be cool so I can physically choke someone if they screw it up, but as long as they will do a good reproduction, anywhere is fine.

    I want to ensure a good print of my images- accurate color, contrast, good sharpness, etc.

    Any comments, recommendations or tips very welcome and appreciated! Thanks all!
     
  2. Village Idiot

    Village Idiot No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    "winkflash.com" - just tried them out - they are no better, no worse then my local costco.com - if you are doing large qty, it's cheaper. Small qty, cheaper to go CostCo. I guess overall quality/experience is good for 4x6 family type photo.

    Have heard good things about mpix.com - I remember they are substantially more expensive so have not tried them out yet. One day though ...
     

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