Professional Photo Processing??????????????

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  1. fletchers5

    fletchers5 Mouseketeer

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    Does anyone know of a good website for professional photo processing at a reasonable price????
     
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  3. wgwtgb

    wgwtgb DIS Veteran

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    I guess it depends on what you consider reasonable. I like snapfish.com
     
  4. mollybug2

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    Check out www.mpix.com Professional-quality lab, BIG difference over Snapfish, Shutterfly, Kodak, etc. I thought they were very reasonable for what I got. Some of my professional photographer friends recommended it and do their printing here. I am sold and will never use another lab again!
     
  5. 3goofyboys

    3goofyboys Me and my 3 goofy boys

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    I use mpix.com as well. My professional photographer friend processes all her prints there, so I gave it a try and they are fantastic.
     
  6. pyrxtc

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    mpix.com the best out of them all. Use code "freeshipping" for any order over $10
     
  7. LilSweetPeaPhoto

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    I would suggest unitprints which is the consumer side of my prolab. They are a fuji lab, mpix is Kodak. I prefer fuji :)
     
  8. mrodgers

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    Define what you consider "processing".

    Processing is not the same as printing.

    If you mean printing, I don't even have Snapfish print the 50 free prints they offer me every month because they "miss me." They are terrible.
     
  9. fletchers5

    fletchers5 Mouseketeer

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    printing is what I need..thanks for all the replies..will check them out.
     
  10. girli565

    girli565 A Miami kind of girl

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    I use mpix.com too. I used them to print my wedding pictures when they had the 1/2 off 8x10's sale. I got the high end glossy with the protection coating for $1.25 a print. Awesome deal.

    If you sign up with them they usually send you some sort of welcome deal.
     
  11. MyDizneyBoyz

    MyDizneyBoyz Me and my Disney Lovin' Boys!

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    Another vote for mpix.com! :goodvibes
     
  12. bumbershoot

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    mpix isn't cheap, but they seem to have really good quality, so you're getting more value for your money.
     
  13. tinkercat

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    We tried mpix for the first time over the summer and were very pleased with the quality. The prints were priced well too. So, another vote for mpix from me! :goodvibes
     
  14. vettechick99

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    mpix is great. They are running a free shipping deal that ends today. "freeshipping" is the code.
     
  15. Poohbear5

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    Definitely MPIX!

    A friend gave us a CD of our daughter's wedding photos as her gift, we got the prints done at MPIX for her 8x 10 album. Very nice!
     
  16. Zoesmama03

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    I agree mpix or http://www.whcc.com/

    Both are professional and good quality. Reasonable on larger sized printing but probably not economically reasonable for massive quantities of 4x6 printing. Mpix is better with those.

    The tips from a photography board have suggested these heavily and the Kodak online one is reasonable pricing on prints too. The professional paper cost a bit more but is better. Also look for local pro labs and watch for deals there.
     

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