Shipping Photo Prints

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  1. photoave

    photoave TPF Noob!

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm launching my photography website next month and will be selling prints of my nature and fine art photography through it. However, I'm still a bit unsure about the best way to ship my prints. Anyone care to share how they ship their prints? I'll be selling mostly 8x10-ish through 13x19 sizes. I was originally going to use an oversized envelope-type mailer for the 8x10 sized prints and put the print inside two pieces of cardboard, but I don't want anything to get bent when mailed.

    Any input is appreciated!

    Thanks!
     
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    They sell cardboard mailers as well...

    Also you might want to look into Toploaders...which are hard plastic, and protect them very well.
     

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