[LRflex] Re: Help!

Hi David.  Just back from our trip.  One idea.  Do you think it may be a 
profile issue?  Are profiles available for their print system that you could 
apply to your files and see if that makes a difference?  Just a thought.

Got lots of photos to process.  They do accumulate when you are on the road 
for two months.

Aram


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From: "David Young" <dsy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, November 04, 2011 4:03 AM
To: "LRflex" <leicareflex@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [LRflex] Help!

> Good Morning, all!
>
> As many of you know, I sell many of my prints at craft fairs.
>
> To be honest, until now I've used Fuji prints from an area drug store, and
> they've been consistently excellent.  Their price has been at the higher 
> end of
> the consumer level, and both I and my customers have been pleased.
>
> They've recently replaced the Fuji machine with a "dry", Noritsu.  The 
> quality
> of their prints does not match those from Rose's $49 Kodak inkjet printer! 
> They
> suffer far too much contrast, and the darker areas block up, with a total 
> lack
> of detail.
>
> I'd buy a printer and do it myself, except that I often print 80-100 
> copies of
> a single image, and I don't want to be tied to the machine!  Besides, I 
> prefer
> the permanence of a chemical print.
>
> I'm looking for a lab that can do decent quality, at a reasonable price, 
> in
> quantity... for I often purchase 2 to 3 hundred prints at a time.
>
> Suggested labs will need to be in Canada or the USA, as I can bring prints 
> in
> from the US without duty.  Can't say the same for labs outside North 
> America.
>
> Can anyone here recommend a lab, with consistently good quality, that will 
> do
> work by internet/mail?
>
> Many thanks!
>
> David.
>
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>
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