I've had a few experiences with this:
1. Spectra Photo in Patrick's St. Cork were excellent. Handed my CD in,
came back a few days later. There ya go.
2. Online is another matter and I blogged about it a few times:
After quite a bit of hassle with http://www.mypixmania.com I managed to
get *one* of my orders off them. They've offered me 20 prints for free
in compensation but I don't know that I'll recommend them. I really like
their site though.
Spectra online were fine, but make sure you colour correct your photos
first. When I handed photos into the shop they came back looking colour
corrected but online they came back unaltered. *shrug*
Spectra's "buy more space" idea is crap though, I mean, you can't delete
the photos you've uploaded!
Must post a bit more about that lot later.
Paul Mc Auley wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 16, 2004 at 02:11:48PM +0100, Daragh Mc Grath wrote:
>> | Where is the best places to get Digital Photo's printed nowadays. I
> | notice there's been a few ad's on TV from the likes of Fuji etc lately,
> | and I know eircom.net have a tie-in with Spectra for online printing, so
> | I was just wondering who is using where, and what the costs etc are like.
>> For what it's worth, I trundled into Pixels on Mary Street, Dublin 1
> recently and got 135 photos printed from CD for 33.75 in 24 hours.
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