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tricky66 15 24 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2006 6:26AM
I would like to print off a few of my ever growing number of shots on my PC taken on my Nikon D70.
Just what is the best route for the very best quality that will warrant expensive framing.
I am a bit dubious about the high street pop in type of establishments.
I will be looking at sizes from the typical 6" x 4" up to A3.

mlewis 17 1.5k United Kingdom
16 Jun 2006 6:34AM
Whenever I get photos printed I get them done at Peak Imaging. No hassle buying and setting up a printer and good quality prints.
FatHandedChap 15 1.3k England
16 Jun 2006 6:49AM
Another vote for Peak, especially now I've got a profiled monitor and their colour profiles installed - excellent results.

I've used high street stores for a few rush jobs, but the quality is pants in comparision.

philwig 16 817 1
16 Jun 2006 8:55AM
I use photobox for posters and stuff I can't otherwise print here (eg some green tones which epson pigments can't hack).

How does Peak compare with Photobox? I know the machines are basically the same, but what about the paper?
AntHolloway 16 168 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2006 10:56AM
I've just had some poster size prints from Photobox - they have an offer on this month for certain sizes including 30"x20" prints for 5.99 - and I'm very happy with the results.

mlewis 17 1.5k United Kingdom
16 Jun 2006 11:01AM
Peak use Fujicolor Professional paper - that's what is says on the back of some recent prints from them. It is thicker than the Fuji Crystal Archive paper that Jessops use.
tricky66 15 24 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2006 5:09AM
thanks to all, will probably give both a bash.

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