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Luke Cook says:

I am taking senior pictures for some people and was wondering the best place to get prints.
1:22PM, 21 September 2008 PDT (permalink)

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[ninjaphoto] says:

I go to the downtown Shutterbug, mostly out of convenience. But the prices are pretty good. I usually do 8x12's which go for $4 a piece.

However, for picture packages maybe try out Pro Photo Supply. Here's the link to their print services -

prophotosupply.com/p-lab_price.htm

Hope this helps.
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YouLookNiceTodayPhotography says:

As weird as it sounds, Costco is right up there at the top. They have the highest quality printers around and are wicked cheap.
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metakephoto is a group administrator metakephoto says:

just make sure when using Costco to download their printer profiles at www.drycreekphoto.com (i think thats the link) and calibrate your monitor at home.
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ShutterCraze (NUEL) is a group administrator ShutterCraze (NUEL) says:

And of course saving your work in the appropriate color space...
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silverwolfe says:

yes, costco even has those print packages w/larger & smaller prints too, in case they want various sizes.

8x12 = $1.49.
(you can also have the processing words printed on the back turned off.)
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