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On line quality prints from file


ella 11 43
10 Mar 2003 10:16PM
does anyone know of a service to produce large high quality prints of digital images by email? I only have an A4 printer and occasionally need bigger or better quality prints.

Jessops offer this sort of service, but not large enough and I am not sure of the quality?

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durlstonp e2
11 638 1 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2003 12:14AM
What size are you after - most of them will do 8"x10" and then jump to 20"x30". The real trick is finding the sizes in between. I recently had some work done by www.photobox.com following some computer work - the quality was fine and their range of sizes was amongst the most comprehensive I could find (including 16"x12", 18"x12" and 20"x16"). But to be fair to the competition, you could always look at www.colourmailer.co.uk and www.fotango.com.

DP
GoodbyeAll e2
11 348 1
11 Mar 2003 6:57AM
I have used johnlewis.com for ages and I think they are very good and cheap. They will do 15x10 glossy prints for about a fiver which is pretty good. Just make sure you get the density & colour of the file right because they print EXACTLY what they are given. Recommended though.

Wendy
AlanTW 12 347
11 Mar 2003 10:16AM
If you are looking for quality above price then Peak Imaging is the place
http://www.peak-imaging.co.uk/
andart e2
12 491 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2003 7:53PM
I have used Jessops for 10inch X 15 inch prints and the quality was very good. They dont charge much either - 1.99 each plus p+p. Only downside is that you dont get a choice between gloss and matt.
ella 11 43
11 Mar 2003 10:59PM
This is all really helpful - thanks

Has anyone tried any B & W prints from these suggested labs (from digital)?
durlstonp e2
11 638 1 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2003 12:49AM
Yes, B&W with both photobox and fotango. Both were what they were sent, although with fotango, I could only have a gloss finish (not my preference).

DP
GoodbyeAll e2
11 348 1
12 Mar 2003 6:09PM
Just checked out the Jessops online service and it uses the same printer (Pixology) as John Lewis but much cheaper, thanks Andy Arthur, I'll switch immediately!!

Wendy

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