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by Vian Esterhuizen

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I have had several batches of photos printed. Mostly 4x6's and they were fairly decent for use in family photo albums. You have to make sure that you crop the photos online prior to printing or you'll wind up with a number of headless or footless prints. Otherwise the price is very economical when you print more than 50 at a time.


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At the basic level: Transferring a file over the internet will not, in itself, cause it to lose quality, and The point of the ROES software is to make it simple to transfer files correctly. While it is possible for such software to send only a downsized sample of the image, this would largely defeat the purpose. Whatever the problem you had with image ...


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If you have experience of sending files for print in the past and receiving prints that are "muddy" and don't match your expectations, the culprit here is "colour management", not the file format. The bits and bytes you upload to the internet are going to be the same ones that arrive at the print shop; the problem is whether they are "interpreted" correctly. ...



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