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Best place to get photos printed?

  • 03-09-2013 3:57pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 2 AudRH


    I need to print my photos for my college photography portfolio and for selling also. I will be needing large prints of at least A4 size. I've tried snapfish but I don't like the quality of the larger prints. Any suggestions as to where I can professional quality prints?


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  • Registered Users Posts: 5,461 ✭✭✭ secman


    AudRH wrote: »
    I need to print my photos for my college photography portfolio and for selling also. I will be needing large prints of at least A4 size. I've tried snapfish but I don't like the quality of the larger prints. Any suggestions as to where I can professional quality prints?[/quote
    Just enquired about this myself at the club tonight and one of the recommendations I got is a place called gms.ie , I'm told they do high quality stuff .

    Secman


  • Registered Users Posts: 6,249 ✭✭✭ pixbyjohn


    AudRH wrote: »
    I need to print my photos for my college photography portfolio and for selling also. I will be needing large prints of at least A4 size. I've tried snapfish but I don't like the quality of the larger prints. Any suggestions as to where I can professional quality prints?

    Here you are>>>>http://www.360-dpi.com/


  • Registered Users Posts: 68 ✭✭ intolerant


    There are several quality places in Dublin;

    GMS, Photolabs (Lennox St), FIRE Synge St, 360dpi, Inspirational arts!

    People will have had good and bad experiences with all of them im sure but you will find your place!\


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,262 stcstc


    intolerant wrote: »
    There are several quality places in Dublin;

    GMS, Photolabs (Lennox St), FIRE Synge St, 360dpi, Inspirational arts!

    People will have had good and bad experiences with all of them im sure but you will find your place!\

    really

    what bad experiences?


  • Registered Users Posts: 68 ✭✭ intolerant


    stcstc wrote: »
    really

    what bad experiences?

    Perhaps I phrased that incorrectly! Certain photographers will gravitate towards the printer they are most happy and confident with, I personally use one of the above (Fire) but each to their own!


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,262 stcstc


    Ok but I think it unfair on any of those places (which includes my company) that if you haven't used them that you don't know what there quality of work is like

    All of them mentioned produce fantastic work

    It depends on what kind of work as to which is the most suitable


  • Registered Users Posts: 68 ✭✭ intolerant


    I have qualified my comment already!

    I have used a number of the above, excluding yours (which came highly recommended from a former tutor).


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