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Aug. 14th, 2003

For those of you who have digital cameras, how do you print your photos? We have 3 CDs of wedding photos we need to go through and print (we'll only end up printing about a hundred or so). What's the best deal, and how long does it take?


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Aug. 14th, 2003 11:36 am (UTC)
www.ofoto.com <= Kodak's digital photo company
Excellent quality, the best I've seen. They print your digitals with an actual developing technique onto real photo paper, so they last as long as a real photograph without fading.
They are quick too, you can have them overnighted if you need, but I usually get them within a week via the cheap shipping option.
(reminds me, I have doggie and kitty picts for you, I keep forgetting!)

4 x 6" prints $0.39 - 0.49 each*
5 x 7" prints $0.85 - 0.99 each*
8 x 10" prints $3.99 each
16 x 20" prints $17.99 each
20 x 30" prints $22.99 each
Wallet prints
(4 per sheet) $1.79 each

After using 10 or so different companies and techniques, I won't send my digitals to anyone else.
Aug. 14th, 2003 11:38 am (UTC)
Have you used snapfish.com? If so, besides quality, what didn't you like about them?
Aug. 14th, 2003 11:44 am (UTC)
I haven't used them, but I'd gather from the info they have online that their process and paper is not the level of Ofotos. I honestly can't tell the difference between the photos I've printed through Ofoto and "real" film photographs.
Aug. 14th, 2003 01:17 pm (UTC)
I'll talk about it with Cory this weekend, and we'll definitely consider Ofoto - we need to make a bunch of larger pictures to give to family, and it'd be nice to have really good quality.
Aug. 14th, 2003 11:53 am (UTC)
I've used walmart.com and ofoto.com. I prefer ofoto. Much better quality.
Aug. 14th, 2003 01:17 pm (UTC)
You make two then! I may have to go with them. I hope they're quick, 'cause we need the pictures when we go to Cory's family reunion or we'll be lynched. :)
Aug. 14th, 2003 02:28 pm (UTC)
My largest order was around 50 pictures and it took less than a week to get them.
Aug. 14th, 2003 02:33 pm (UTC)
That's not bad at all.
Aug. 14th, 2003 10:16 pm (UTC)
Epson Stylus Photo 820. If you use Epson Paper, the quality is amazing. The printer is under $100.
Aug. 15th, 2003 07:05 am (UTC)
If we actually had a digital camera, we'd definitely buy a printer for the prints. But since we only have other people's digital prints, we figured we'd just go to a company to do them. I'll keep it in mind though if we ever break down and get a digital. :)
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