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Topic # 111063 23-Oct-2012 10:27
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Sim Ahmed Aucklandia A0 photo man on street street photography

This is what an A0 photo print looks like. Over the Labour Weekend I made four of different photos I’ve taken around Auckland.

I’m sending the one in the photo to an exhibition displaying only photocopied/cheap print images. I still haven’t figured out how to mail the A0 photo, so might have to drive it out.

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I’ve got another 3 back home of different photos, what should I do with them?




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  Reply # 704970 23-Oct-2012 10:52
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Can't you roll it in one of those hard tubes used for paintings (or is it mounted/framed)?





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  Reply # 704983 23-Oct-2012 11:06
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As an aside, the likes of warehouse stationery do large poster prints very cheaply, much cheaper than canvas printing. Depending on your requirements these can be pretty cool at not much dollars. ~ Especially if you're looking at putting it into a larger frame.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 705057 23-Oct-2012 12:51
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Jax - This is exactly what I did. Quality isn't as good as photopaper but frankly for the huge savings it's good enough. Highly recommend it.

Mauricio - cant find document tubes that can fit A0 , been told repeatedly it's not a very frequent request.




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  Reply # 705059 23-Oct-2012 13:01
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Hi where are you in NZ am presuming in auckland

I have spare tubes in Dunedin from the posters we get every month they are 890mm long.

Let me know where abouts you are and i will see if one of our other stores has a tube you can have.

Have used warehouse stationery for some posters instore have been cheap to print and laminate

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  Reply # 705061 23-Oct-2012 13:07
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Hey Alan, thanks for your help. Yip I'm in Auckland.




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  Reply # 705090 23-Oct-2012 13:42
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what're warehouse stationary prices? could not find anything on that online :(

i'm interested in A0, A1 and A2 :)




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  Reply # 705092 23-Oct-2012 13:44
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Which bit of auckland have 7 stores to choose from so what area would be easier

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  Reply # 705093 23-Oct-2012 13:46
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kobiak: what're warehouse stationary prices? could not find anything on that online :(

i'm interested in A0, A1 and A2 :)


http://www.warehousestationery.co.nz/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/WFS/WSL-B2C-Site/en_NZ/-/NZD/GetContent-ViewContentPage?CategoryName=large_format

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  Reply # 705100 23-Oct-2012 13:52
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@jbard awesome, thanks! :)




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  Reply # 705125 23-Oct-2012 14:30
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And often they come up with a 30% off sale on these too...

They do a range of panoramic aspect prints too.  Watch the raw image size though, so it doesn't look pixelated if your pixel count is lacking.

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