A&P Printing/developing photos

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  1. Cyber0066

    Cyber0066 New Member

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    Is there a differencein the quality of photos if I printed them at Futureshop or Bestbuy versus another place like Blacks?

    If so, please enlighten me.
     
  2. mojito

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    all depends on the machine, technician, paper etc that they use.

    don't know of they service the canadians, but mpix.com is one of the best quality and price wise here for online printing. costco also can do a good job for cheep. see if they use a fuji frontier machine, its the best available
     
  3. Necromancer

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    I think the most accurate are the fuji film ones at walmart. They use UV light and water to create a visible image on the sheet of paper. But yeah, paper, if the computer puts any layers or touches them up, what kind of ink (if any) it uses and such. I would suggest getting the same photo printed up at different places and see what you need to do to get them right.
     
  4. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    :werd: on mpix. I've never gotten a bad print from them.
     
  5. 1992 240SX

    1992 240SX New Member

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    I printed from Walmart and expected them to come out a lot worse than they actually did. I did it for convenience but they came out really well. It's up to you whether you'd rather order online or whatever though.
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    Those are a few I printed out
     

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