Obviously there can be a balance between price and quality and that I have to decide for myself, but has anyone got any recommendations?
Speed of service is not really critical. Obviously quality and paper quality are. I am more interested in consistent output, I guess, because IMO, often the only way to ensure good on the final print from your shots is trial and error on smaller prints, no matter how you calibrate your monitor, unless the place has a standard chart or other method of communicating their output. I had many small prints done at Snapfish and many were really dark, but only on certain shots. It seemed SF were "adjusting" to suit some person's or machine's opinion
Thanks for any help