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janeez Plus
9 1.8k 8 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2009 12:58AM
Have to say I am well impressed with good old Aldi! A few months ago I discovered they print a variety of photobooks at rather good prices. I may have mentioned this before. Anyhoo decided to get one done and was pretty pleased with the result, not to mention the price.
Decided to try their processing this week so I ordered some poster prints (12x18) and today they arrived. 1.45 each and the quality is outstanding. Printed on Kodak Royal digital paper, they look like I lifted them from my computer screen. Pretty chuffed as they are going into a comp next week and if I don't get anywhere it will be because of me and not the print quality!
Just wondered if anyone else had tried their printing etc? Grin

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NexusImages 11 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2009 1:02AM
Not done so myself but I am realiably informed by one of my colleagues that they do a good print. Will have to put this to the test out of curiosity now. Thanks for the tip.
Phil1958 9 272 4 Wales
15 Mar 2009 12:22PM
Do you have a link for their photobooks please?
Phil1958 9 272 4 Wales
15 Mar 2009 12:26PM
Just found a link, thanks and am downloading the software as I type.
17 Mar 2009 10:15AM
I was inspired by this thread to give them a go. Arrived this morning (30" x 20" from ny d70) really impressed with the quality.
7.79 + p&p
paulcr 13 1.5k 9 Ireland
17 Mar 2009 1:22PM
F**k sake, Just spent 3 times what I should have for an 18 x 12. I'll remember next time lol.
Ganto 11 769 2 Ireland
17 Mar 2009 1:44PM
Check out Harvey Norman Paul!
paulcr 13 1.5k 9 Ireland
17 Mar 2009 1:52PM

Quote:Check out Harvey Norman Paul!

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