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Where do you go for your photographic prints?

Use printer at home
4 (30.8%)
Jessops
2 (15.4%)
Klick
0 (0%)
Other
7 (53.8%)

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ksphotographic

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A question for all the photographers out there!
« on: Mar 06, 2005, 17:10 »
I was just wondering as to where most people get their films processed/digital prints done in the north east?  Do any of you wish that there was another photographic lab around in county Durham?

KaT

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daveswheels

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re: A question for all the photographers out there!
« Reply #1 on: Mar 16, 2005, 16:37 »
I find that the local chemists are as good as anything for normal prints but I use a specialist photo lab for enlargements. I find it a bit expensive printing my own digital stuff at home.

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Paul B

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re: A question for all the photographers out there!
« Reply #2 on: Mar 17, 2005, 13:06 »
Almost all of my photo's are digital. The few films I take are usually holiday snaps and I generally use a chemist or Savers as they are the cheapest. My digital snaps I store on the computer until Tesco run their 50 for ?5 promotion and then I drop several in at once. You must have exactly 50 photo's on each disc (or memory card) which they return. They use Kodak to process and the quality is good. In addition, if I have formatted my images in a slightly non-standard size they print them accodingly rather than sqaushing them into a 6X4. I have also sent several panoramic photos which have came back in seperate envelopes as they are too long to fit in the standard case. Highly recommended other than they don't always come back on time.

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re: A question for all the photographers out there!
« Reply #3 on: Mar 17, 2005, 14:26 »
I always use photobox - http://www.photobox.co.uk/index.html

plus at the moment, they've got an offer on...

prints 5p a go...

the following text from an e-mail I received -

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This offer must end at midnight on Satursday 19th March. To claim your 50 prints just enter the offer code 5PSALE in the shopping basket.

   
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their prints are really great too!

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