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    Printing/mounting

    I have an upcoming photo exhibition (my first!) at * removed - site rule breach*. I need to print some of my shots and mount them (possibly on foam or card). Obviously I want the print quality to be as good as it can, but don't want to pay a fortune. Does anyone have any recommendations of companies to use for around 20 photos? Thanks
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    The age of entitlement isn't over, it's just over there where you can't get to it.
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    I use Black and White Photographic here in Adelaide or RGB in Brisbane via their online service. http://www.rgbdigital.com.au/contact.html

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    Welcome to AP, I hope we get to see you critiquing some members photos etc, as well as asking us for advice
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    if you are to get it mounted, I prefer 9mm MDF for strength and style of photo presentation - the wooden mount back of nearly 1cm means it will not break easily from transportation or suffer from warping like foam-core does - when you use thin foam-core of 5mm or 10mm, I would prefer to use 20mm as much as possible if you want to stick with that material.

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