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How do you present 4x6 pictures?

 
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Aug 01, 2011 13:18 |  #16

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I don't provide them, but they can purchase them along with a custom designed box that I source through Mpix Pro (though I'm sure a similar box is available from bunches of places).

http://www.mpixpro.com​/Catalog.aspx/customwa​lletbox (external link)

I offer it in 5x7's so the lid can hold the DVD. I've sold a few, but not bunches.

These are what I use, and I really like them.


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Aug 03, 2011 16:34 |  #17

I've been a photo box that looked a lot like what mpixpro offers, but on the back side of the lid, there's a CD holder. Doesn't anybody know where I can find something like that?


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Aug 03, 2011 16:42 |  #18

If my clients buy them I drop ship them from the printer. I think they are backed in cardboard and wrapped in plastic wrap. Snazzy, I know.


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Aug 03, 2011 21:07 |  #19

[Hyuni wrote:
='[Hyuni];12872252']I'​ve been a photo box that looked a lot like what mpixpro offers, but on the back side of the lid, there's a CD holder. Doesn't anybody know where I can find something like that?

Millers has that option, and I am sure Mpix does too.


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Aug 04, 2011 02:36 as a reply to  @ Red Tie Photography's post |  #20

I present my prints by holding them above my head and playing a fanfare from an old casette player...


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Aug 04, 2011 06:56 |  #21

[Hyuni wrote:
='[Hyuni];12872252']I'​ve been a photo box that looked a lot like what mpixpro offers, but on the back side of the lid, there's a CD holder. Doesn't anybody know where I can find something like that?

That's an option on the MpixPro box. I think it costs all of $3 to add on, but you have to go with a 5x7 box; discs are larger than 4".


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Aug 05, 2011 12:13 |  #22

Hey thanks guys! How much does it cost total at Mpix?


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Aug 06, 2011 05:53 |  #23

I'm not inclined to post cost. If it's availalbe at regular Mpix, it's posted on their site. At MpixPro, you only need to register with them to sell all prices.


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