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    Who prints your photos

    Hi All,
    I am trying to get hundred or so photos printed in Brisbane. I have gone though all the photos with CS3 on a calibrated monitor and believe all levels and white balances are what is needed.

    In the past I could get the photos processed 'though the back' bypassing the green kiosk photo inputs. The salesman I did this with has left the company and now I can't get the photos printed without the shops settings over riding the work already done.

    I was wondering, for those that don't print their own prints, where do you get your printing done (particularly in Brisbane)?

    Cheers,

    Greg
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    I get mine done through digitalworks.net.au they are awesome and their service outstanding.
    Finally got 400D + 18-55mm Kit lens + 50mm 1.8II

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    When I decided to start printing some of my photos as prints, i took the same 6 or 7 files to several kiosks. I was honestly amazed at the difference in the result between them.

    So, i just went with the one that was closest to what i get on the monitor and suited my tastes. That actually turned out to be Harvrey Norman, go figure.

    As for the pro stuff, I use photoking.com.au. Located in Sydney but courier is not to expensive.

    To be honest, there is little difference between the two to look at, other than price. But i am hoping that for my sanity that will change as the prints accumulate a bit of age.

    Cheers,
    Neil
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    RGB Digital/Kayell in Yerongpilly are great.
    Darren
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    Constructive Critique of my images always appreciated

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    Thanks for the ideas everyone

    Cheers

    Greg

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    or http://www.digilab.com.au/ and can order online.

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