Do you print out your digital photos regularly? If so, how? Printer at home? Photo Kiosk? Online lab?
In Australia, digital print prices are still pretty high - around 40 to 50 cents is the cheapest you can get, and the average at photo outlets are between 80 cents and a dollar.
Any recommendations for good places to get digital prints?
We print them on our InkJet printer on matt photo paper and cut them to size on a little guillotine.
You can still tell if you compare it closely with a non-digital photo, but the difference in quality is sufficiently small for me.
I find that the things that affect the quality of the printed photo for me is:
1. Camera resoluion (obviously)
2. Skill of the photographer
3. Printer (resolution, quality of ink dispersal, etc)
4. Choice of photo paper
Surprisingly, I've found that you don't have to get a terribly expensive printer to print great quality photos which is good news for us all!
Good digital photo printing place is Ted's camera. They charge 49cents per print, and you can load the photos to their website and pick it up later. Much better than dropping it off and going back there again.
Plus the quality of photos printed at Ted's is actually better than Kodak or BigW.
Do you have A URL ? .. i dont think they have it in perth tho ~_~
I haven't seen it in Perth, seen it over east though, but will check it in whitepages.