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online printing

Discussion in 'Camera and Photography Tips' started by lizzie13, May 7, 2014.

  1. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    Was curious who you use for your prints.. was thinking of trying mpix. I heard they are quite professional printing site without all of the upfront hassle. Who does everyone like?
  2. kady05

    kady05 Krypto Super Dog

    Black River Imaging or Bay Photo is who I use for all of my prints, etc.
  3. WithHope

    WithHope Big Dog

    I use Miller's or Bay Photo for my prints. Mpix is a branch of Miller's, btw. I use Miller's most because I love their selection, quality, and customer service. However, Bay Photo integrates with online ordering options for clients better, and their prices are often better than Miller's, so I do use both labs.
  4. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    Mpix and bay photo look very similar in pricing..I just wonder if mpix has good quality. Guess I could just test both of them out. Lol
  5. Alliegirl

    Alliegirl Little Dog

    I use Miller's, mpix pro, or Nations primarily, but I also have used regular mpix. All are fantastic.
  6. WithHope

    WithHope Big Dog

    Most labs will do a free test print for you. You sign up with Millers or WHCC for example, then they'll send you an email requesting you to upload a certain number of high resolution images (usually around 4). Then they print them free of charge 8x10 with color correction and without so you can see the quality of the print and see if you would want to pay them to color correct your images in the future or if your calibrations don't need it. Shipping's even free. So you can always do that first so you don't have to hope for a quality you're looking for on an important image. You'll already know.

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