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    For those printing their photos in the UK
    May i recommend to you Photobox!

    I placed an order with them last night at around 10:30pm, It was dispatched this morning

    Im genuinly impressed with how easy and efficient their service has been

    ~~ TS ~~
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    “Punk is not dead. Punk will only die when corporations can exploit and mass produce it.”

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    Snapfish is a pretty good service too. It's by HP. You seem to get loads of free printing credits and only ever have to pay a couple of pounds P&P, and at the moment they have a free P&P offer on too!

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    Mine are done by a small local firm that I'm really pleased with so far but I'll bear these in mind, thanks guys.

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    cheers mate im gonna give these a try now
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    I think I've used them before and was impressed. If it's the same place, I use their mug-printing service.
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    i tryed snapfish and ill let you know what i think when they get here. ill try photobox next aswell.
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    Well my prints arrived yesterday and they definitly look very very good

    I will be using them again, fast delivery, great quality prints and cheap n all!

    ~~ TS ~~
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    “Punk is not dead. Punk will only die when corporations can exploit and mass produce it.”

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    Do you know if Snapfish keep the colour profiles that are embedded in an image or do they strip it out?

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    i havent a clue in all honesty. plus my photos are black and white aswell, ill have a look around the site to see if i find anything for you.
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    Correcting Color

    Snapfish's color corrector uses a standard, automated formula to adjust brightness, contrast, color balance, and intensity. It can greatly improve the accuracy of your photo's color.

    1. From your photo library, an album, or an individual photo page, click 'edit & organize' in the blue menu on the right side of the page.
    Tip: If you begin on an individual photo page, you won't have to choose your photo later.
    2. Then select 'fix & enhance' from the list below.
    3. If you began on an album page or in your photo library, select the photo you'd like to edit.
    4. On the following page, you'll see the photo you selected and various icons and tabs next to it.
    5. Click on the blue 'fix' tab to the right of your photo.
    6. Click on the 'auto correct photo' icon.
    7. When you click 'auto correct,' Snapfish's color corrector will adjust your photo for the best possible brightness, color balance, and intensity.
    8. When you click 'auto contrast,' Snapfish's contrast corrector will adjust your photo for the best possible color contrast.
    9. The corrected color will remain unless you click the 'original' icon to revert to your original photo.


    only thing remotely linked that i could find. and its about editing photos using there program or interface or something.

    sorry i couldnt help more
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    Ok, thanks for the help.

    I guess I will have to email them.

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    Just incase anyone is interested...

    I had to place an order again last night (Sunday @ 8:00pm) and it was dispatched at 5:35am Monday

    Definitly Impressive

    ~~ TS ~~
    JEMDNA Photography - Clicky to see latest work
    “Punk is not dead. Punk will only die when corporations can exploit and mass produce it.”

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