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#271938 2-Jun-2020 18:46
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As per subject line, can any please recommend a store in Wellington, or online, to get digital photos printed in good quality.


Have used Harvey Norman in the past (Porirua and Tory St.) that haven't been too bad but the last lot is simply awful, everything has a green tinge and images aren't as crisp as they should be.  Have used Snapfish on-line once but theirs looked really washed out.


I'm happy to pay 2 or 3 times as such to get sharp, vivid prints.

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  #2496986 2-Jun-2020 19:00
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I usually use Frogprints.


But if you want somewhere local, the guys at Photo Espresso are a good bunch of photography (and coffee) geeks. In store printing so you can see how they look as you go.

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  #2496995 2-Jun-2020 19:29
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Wellington Photographic Supplies. They have two stores in Wellington.


I used to use Frogprints but they use thin, cheaper paper, which I didn't like. Haven't used them for years, it may have changed.

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