A&P printing out dslr photos.

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  1. julia!

    julia! New Member

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    I am going to be in an art show coming up soon (the 15th) and I have not really needed to print out good quality photos before. I was wondering a good place to go where they will look professional. The couple places I have used I wasnt really impressed by. I am going to talk to Ritz camera today but I have heard good and bad about them. I'm just looking at like 8x10 size for now (since I dont know how big I can go before it gets all pixely).

    Suggestions?
     
  2. xenon supra

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    what kind of camera are you using? specs on it?

    how can we tell you how big it can be if you dont tell us anything about the camera...
     
  3. julia!

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    Sorry. I didnt know if I needed to be more detailed. The camera I'm using a d50. The size of the images I will need to get when I get back home. I used the middle selection as far as image size you can select on a d50 for most of them. I want to say something like 2004x ... fuck I'm not really suze I can check though.
     
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    you should be able to easily print an 8x10 if you're using a d50
     
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    Like Ritz? I am going to stop by there today and see if they can show me an example or something. Thanks for the replies so far though.
     
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    so you're shooting at a medium quality jpg setting for things you want to print? :ugh:

    why???


    I would call mpix and see if you have the time to send em there...

    Otherwise, I think you're in trouble....
     
  8. julia!

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    To be honest my memory card isnt huge, so sometimes I lower it down when I'm just going out taking random pictures. And I didnt check it the last time around when I got some pretty cool shots. It was my mistake. I'm not trying to make a poster or anything. I guess I'll have to see how it pans out.
     
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    I shoot on the fine, not super fine on the D50.

    I can't tell a difference between the two. I have 2x2GB and 1x1GB
     
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    costco - the advantage here is you have .icc profiles for the individual printer (fuji frontier) that will be used. its the fastest and cheapest of the group
     

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