Discussion in 'Budget Board' started by fletchers5, Sep 21, 2010.
Does anyone know of a good website for professional photo processing at a reasonable price????
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I guess it depends on what you consider reasonable. I like snapfish.com
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!
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.
mpix.com the best out of them all. Use code "freeshipping" for any order over $10
I would suggest unitprints which is the consumer side of my prolab. They are a fuji lab, mpix is Kodak. I prefer fuji
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.
printing is what I need..thanks for all the replies..will check them out.
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.
Another vote for mpix.com!
mpix isn't cheap, but they seem to have really good quality, so you're getting more value for your money.
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!
mpix is great. They are running a free shipping deal that ends today. "freeshipping" is the code.
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!
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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