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Topic # 111063 23-Oct-2012 10:27 Send private message

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 Send private message

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 Send private message

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 Send private message

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 Send private message

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 Send private message

Hey Alan, thanks for your help. Yip I'm in Auckland.




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  Reply # 705090 23-Oct-2012 13:42 Send private message

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 Send private message

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 Send private message

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 Send private message

@jbard awesome, thanks! :)




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  Reply # 705125 23-Oct-2012 14:30 Send private message

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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