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Which is the best online photo service?

by nyc2bgi / May 7, 2004 3:47 AM PDT

I have tried Ofoto, Snapfish and Shutterfly. Which online photo printing service is the best for digital photos? I can't seem to find a service that prints the date on the picture either, like I can with my home printer or film prints.

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Re:Which is the best online photo service?
by sanfordmac / May 20, 2004 11:02 PM PDT

try www.dotphoto.com

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Re: Which is the best online photo service?
by jomooy / June 18, 2004 9:56 PM PDT

My experience is Shutterfly.com. And they do print the dates on the back. In Shutterfly, you can entitle your pix and date them in a text section of the program. Also, there's no limit on how many pix you can store. And they're easily shared with friends as albums. I highly recommend Shutterfly as does Consumer Reports and many consumer mags for my casual not Portfolio shots. I'm a published and natnl award winning photographer so use that info for whatever its worth to you. Shutterfly does have a tendency to sometimes print with a tone to the pix, but in snapshots that doesnt matter to me. For professional lab work, I use Dale Labs in Ft Lauderdale. Hope that helps.

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Online Photo Service
by oviedo1347 / May 21, 2008 12:26 AM PDT

I need to know how to get my photos out of "my documents/my pictures" into the wed-site for printing. I have tried Kodak Gallery and Snapfish without luck. I've tried to click and drag - no luck. I am open to any service that gives good printing results. Have over 500 pictures to print.

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Re: Which is the best online photo service?

I say "Ofoto." I've been dealing with them for years. The service is fast and I like getting the 20% discounts they send me by e-mail.

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