Post # 1
I just bought my Boyfriend or Best Friend a book for V-day and in between the pages I wanted to put a couple pictures of us. Does anyone know if there’s a place online that I can submit/edit the photos, and then have the prints sent to me?
Post # 3
http://www.snapfish.com/ is pretty good. When you sign up and do your first photo upload you also get 20 free prints which is pretty cool. I know this is a US website but I don’t know of any others within the US so there may be better sights out there that I am unaware of.
Post # 4
I use Walmart.com for my photos and they always do a good job.
Post # 6
A friend of mine is a wedding photographer and he sometimes get prints from yorkphoto.com
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
I second snapfish – if you buy prints in bulk ahead of time, they are 8 cents a photo and they always come out great
Post # 9
I use walgreens! they are awesome!!!!
Post # 10
I always use Walmart. I’ve never had a problem.
Post # 11
I’ve gotten mixed results from Kodak Gallery online, drugstore printing, Snapfish, etc. But I took the advice of some other bees on an earlier, similar post and tried out mpix.com – the prints were great! I re-printed several of my engagement pictures, and when I compared them side-by-side with the prints I’d gotten from the Kodak Gallery online and others from CVS, the mpix ones were FAR better!
Post # 12
I highly recommend using Costco if you have a memberships. They are one of the only local consumer labs that regularly calibrates their printers to make sure the prints come out consistent. The only other consumer lab I’m comfortable recommending is mpix.com. Also, photoshop has a free version you can use to edit http://www.photoshop.com.
Post # 13
Have you tried EZprints before? I think they are Smugmug’s default print lab and are pretty good too. 🙂
Post # 14
No matter where you get a picture printed it will “look good” but honestly, it’s hard to tell how bad they are until you compare it to a print that IS good.
MPix.com and Costco are the 2 I rec.
Post # 15
Hi @TedNghiem I tried them a while ago and I wasn’t crazy about them although I know a few other pros who use smugmug, just not sure if they get prints through there.
Post # 16
I got about 14 prints done from SnapFish. They wouldn’t let me crop and enlarge the photos how I wanted, but I decided to just go with it. I’ll let you know what I think of the outcome.