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rwm
03-02-2013, 08:01 PM
I'm putting up a bunch of new family photo's. There is no place localy that will do them at a reasonable price and size. I only need 3x5's and no more than 150 maybe 200 when all done... then the space might force me to down size that to 100 or so. Anyway this site York Photo's (http://www.yorkphoto.com/Content.aspx?Page=100FREEYORK&PK=e0e04a5e-5062-405d-aeb0-aa379be6bd58#.UTK646U7oqI) offers 100 free photo's with registration and .09 cents for a 4x6 print. Shutterfly (http://www.shutterfly.com/prints/prints?cid=SEGOO.GENRL&kw=413145&gclid=CNPk8tDH37UCFeeDQgodv1YAwg&mpch=ads) works out to .10 cents. I can crop or trim them down as needed with scissors it might look better on the cork-board.

Any thoughts or ideas where to get good prices prints?

Damien
03-03-2013, 07:33 AM
Does Apple still make photo albums through iPhoto? I did some there quite a while ago and they were fine but I don't remember if they were reasonably priced

rwm
03-03-2013, 10:47 AM
I did see something from Apple late last night but never checked pricing. I'll do that today. :)

yeungfeng
03-03-2013, 10:40 PM
4 X 6 = .12
5 X 7 = .49
8 X 10 1.99

Wallet 4 per print .99 like a graduation picture I'd guess.

Well look at than now how did the picture get there, I did not see that before typing in the costs. But it's kind of small print. What ever.

Oh and you can order the prints right from iPhoto 11 lower right it says share.

unclemac
03-04-2013, 10:14 AM
Lots to choose from. Shutterfly is big, as is Snapfish. Here (http://digital-photo-printing-review.toptenreviews.com) is a chart with ratings and cost.

One I see in there is York. Forgot about those guys. Used to mail 35mm to them back before digital.....when dinosaurs walked the earth. They certainly knew photo development back then. I have been using SnapFish, and loving them.

rwm
03-04-2013, 05:13 PM
I try and use a yahoo email address for most my online activities. Question is before I register with anyone.... would yahoo make or limit my uploads? Would I be better of with my ISP email? I assume it will be more of some ftp application which should make no difference.

I assume the email address is more for communication than uploading of photo's - making yahoo my email address I'll give them.

yay or nay

Damien
03-04-2013, 05:29 PM
surely if it becomes a problem you could change your email acct without creating a whole new profile?

ricks
03-04-2013, 05:46 PM
I would think that with the tools available, your MacGurus email is the best of all of them. It has spam control and black/white listing available to each account holder. And it has huge file transfer capabilities. The MacGurus account is true high end commercial email service.

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rwm
03-04-2013, 07:08 PM
I never thought of either. :o And yes, I did make an unused ISP account.

unclemac
03-05-2013, 12:28 PM
Many (all?) of the printing services have an upload portal, so you don't have to worry about email for uploads.

rwm
03-15-2013, 12:04 PM
I used Snapfish and got 125 photos for $11.12 with about $7 bucks shipping or a total of just over $18.00. I found a promo code for 30% off and free shipping. Total was $8.44 for all 125 photo's. :D Great deal.