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Where to Print Your Own Photos and Albums

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So you just received your digital files complete with a print release from your photographer, and you are wondering where you should have them printed?

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Product photo credit: Artifact Uprising

Obviously the best place to have your professional photos printed is through your photographer. Professional photographers have access to professional print labs which only service professional photographers with a valid business license/tax ID. These professional labs offer the highest print quality- insuring that not only do your photographic prints and products stand the test of time, but that they are true to life- preserving the sharpness, detail, and colors accurately (and after hours of color correcting your photos… trust… choosing a lab that prints the colors accurately is KEY).

BUT… if you wish to print your own photos, please make sure you take time to select a consumer lab with a higher level of quality. It’s important to not that the companies listed below are consumer sites, so their print quality will not be on the same level as ordering from your photographer, but below are a few good options for you if you wish to print your own photos!

ARTIFACT UPRISING

PHOTO ALBUMS, PRINTS, GIFTS

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BLURB

PHOTO ALBUMS

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MINTED

CARDS + SAVE THE DATE

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TINY PRINTS

CARDS + SAVE THE DATES

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MPIX

PRINTS

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