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  • I've never bothered with printing my own digital pictures. I recently found out that our local Wal-Mart do 4x6, 5x7, and 8x10 prints, so I tried it out and the quality is exceptional. I can really recommend using a service like that. Just bring in a cd with the pictures you want printed, they even accept 8 bit tiffs at my local store. (You likely wont have a Wal-Mart in England though, but I'm sure there's other stores that do the same kind of service.)
    • Boots the chemist in the UK does a similiar service. They have a PC loaded up with just a cd and just about every memory format reader (except memory stick, sigh). You pick the photos you want, they copy them, you come back later. It's great!

      It's also a damned sight cheaper than most of the other shops I went to. One place quoted me a two week turnaround!

      -Dom

      • Which kind of machine do they do the actual printing on? at Wal-mart they have some pretty hefty Fujicolor machines that they do all their prints on, both normal film and digital photos. They actually scan in the negatives with a highspeed scanner and print it using the machine. So you get it on "real" photo quality paper (matte in this case).