online digital photo ordering

  IPA 15:59 24 Sep 2005

I seem to be spending quite a bit of money on printer ink and thought that I would have a look at an online photo service.Any thoughts or recommendations would be helpful.

  pj123 16:43 24 Sep 2005

What Operating System do you have? What printer do you have?

Have you tried Choice Stationery for compatible ink cartridges?

If you really want an online print service try this one:

click here

  Wilham 17:52 24 Sep 2005

IPA: Have you tried Boots 50 for £5 prints? My wife likes the hardness of their (glossy) glaze. Boots processing seems to get more out of over-dark pics than I can.

  Wuggy 18:32 24 Sep 2005

Try click here
They seem to be cheaper than most.

  anskyber 19:40 24 Sep 2005

Before you do try these I have found them to be very good. click here

  IPA 20:35 24 Sep 2005

Xp SP2 ,Canon i865.

Thanks for info & links. Does compatible ink have same depth of colour,vibrancy & longevity as original? I really cant complain about the quality of my Canon prints but I do seem to get through cartridges quite quickly,not to mention the cost of paper.

Looking at various prices it seems that an online print will cost from about 7p for a postcard size print.Equivalent to £2.52 for 36. Not too bad!

  Stuartli 13:44 25 Sep 2005

click here has been respected for a long time and has topped well known consumer and photographic magazine surveys.

Even so, the service such as already mentioned or provided by Jessops of 50 prints for a fiver really do take some beating cost wise...:-)

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