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Thechef
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Aug 13, 2007 11:25 |  #1

Hi,
I'm wanting to experiment with poster prints. Not sure what sizes as yet but id imagine no larger than the largest edge being 36".

Can anyone recommend any places (preferably online) that I can send a JPEG too and have them print Poster sizes (custom sizes would alos be useful) and ship to the UK.

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Aug 13, 2007 13:05 |  #2

You can upload to PhotoBox who print poster size up to 30" x 20" - not sure if that's large enough for you though?

http://www.photobox.co​.uk/services.html (external link)

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Aug 13, 2007 15:40 |  #3

i-gadget wrote in post #3719990 (external link)
You can upload to PhotoBox who print poster size up to 30" x 20" - not sure if that's large enough for you though?

http://www.photobox.co​.uk/services.html (external link)

John

Great, thanks - I did my maths and 30" is plenty big enough (for the time being) uploaded and ordered a few different sized prints - i'll see how they come out.

Thi website could end up costing me a small fortune.

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Aug 13, 2007 18:26 |  #4

I just got a 12x18 back from snapfish, not bad at all. They do 20x30" too.


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