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There's already good links at What are some good places to sell photo prints online? – but they are mostly US-centric, and since I am targeting mostly people in Europe (especially Germany) – I'd prefer a local supplier, or at least some form of sensible shipping to Germany/Europe.

Which ones would you recommend?

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I understand your issue with the other question, but this is still simply just a localized version of that same question. If there are Europe-focused sellers, they should also be included on that same list. –  chills42 Jun 27 '11 at 15:55
    
@chills42 the community seems to agree that more specific questions are okay. Perhaps you could wait for some community votes before closing a question single-handed, or explain in that meta discussion your view on how such needs for more specific answer should be approached. –  Imre Oct 17 '11 at 6:02
    
Since the community view on localized versions has changed over the past few months, I reopened this question. –  chills42 Oct 21 '11 at 11:52
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Have you already visited darqroom? As far as I know, they're located in France.

I would just add I've already ordered some prints from their shop and I was quite satisfied with their customer services.

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Oypo is also quite great. Not quite sure, though, if it is available in countries other than the Netherlands.

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Using the site requires knowing Dutch. Even when selecting English, many texts are not translated. Same with German and French. –  Imre Jun 27 '11 at 0:09
    
URL of English site (I haven't investigated thoroughly): oypo.nl/Default.asp?taal=en –  AJ Finch Jun 27 '11 at 10:19
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@Imre, You're right, I just saw the german, french and english flag and assumed it would be available in those languages, but quite a lot of the texts are indeed not translated. Pretty disappointing actually... –  PimJager Jun 27 '11 at 10:49
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I am based in the UK.
I am currently investigating SmugMug.

So far, they look pretty good. At the moment, images are printed in the US and mailed to Europe, but they tell me that they are planning to roll out improved services for European customers.

Worth a look.

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I've been with SmugMug since February 2009, and I believe that this feature has been promised for quite a while. If it's critical to your business, I wouldn't hold my breath. Otherwise, SmugMug is an excellent service and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them. –  CadentOrange Jun 27 '11 at 13:05
    
Thanks for the info, @Philip –  AJ Finch Jun 27 '11 at 14:45
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I understand from a comment in our chat room that they are now rolling out printing from the UK –  Rowland Shaw Mar 8 '12 at 13:38
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SmugMug have released information about which European lab they'll use. news.smugmug.com/2012/03/04/… –  Håkon K. Olafsen Mar 8 '12 at 15:24
    
This is exciting! Thank you for the head-up, guys :) –  AJ Finch Mar 8 '12 at 16:26
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SmugMug is soon a viable option for Europe too. They've picked a lab in UK they'll work with for the European market. I'm looking forward to try the lab as soon as it's up and running.

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