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Sources for Poster Printing
Ian L. Sitren, Photographer
Palm Springs | CA | USA | Posted: 2:25 PM on 01.07.10
->> I am looking for recommendations for places that do poster printing. I am looking for fairly large 16x20 or larger and inexpensive. These are for giveaways.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Justin Edmonds, Student/Intern, Photographer
Denver | CO | USA | Posted: 2:30 PM on 01.07.10
->> Costco!

$5.99 for 16x20
$8.99 for 20x30
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John Vanacore, Photographer
North Haven | CT | | Posted: 2:33 PM on 01.07.10
->> Ian,I've used ations Photo for larger sized prints.
They use a ROES upload system.

http://www.nationsphotolab.com/


They do a pretty nice job.
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Dan Leitch, Photographer
New Hope | MN | USA | Posted: 3:44 PM on 01.07.10
->> I've always had good service and quality results from Elco Labs.

http://www.elcocolor.com/poster_special.htm
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Gary Jones, Photographer
Rocklin | CA | United States | Posted: 4:49 PM on 01.07.10
->> I read a recommendation here a few years back for Jumbo Giant. I happen to live about 20 mins away so I can pick my orders up instead of having them shipped. He uses a heavier stock for his luster prints than Costco and has reasonable prices. http://www.jumbogiant.com/

Gary
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Landon Finch, Photographer
Colorado Springs | CO | USA | Posted: 9:41 PM on 01.07.10
->> Www.digitalroom.com

Not sure what qty you want but 500 will get you to around $1 each.
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Jim Pierce, Photographer
Waltham | MA | USA | Posted: 9:57 PM on 01.07.10
->> Ian,

I agree with Justin.

I have used Costco and they are great, and quick. I upload via the web and pick up an hour or so later. In slow times I go there upload on the kiosk and wait 5 minutes.

They are worth looking into.

Jim
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Matthew Bush, Photographer
Hattiesburg | MS | USA | Posted: 9:58 PM on 01.07.10
->> 4 bucks a pop for glossy. http://www.shortrunposters.com/

The quality is more than enough for handouts.
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Troy Thomas, Photographer
Kansas City | MO | USA | Posted: 10:57 PM on 01.07.10
->> I use Winkflash, www.winkflash.com. 24 x 36 prints for $19. Every couple of months they run a special of 40% off.
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Scott Sewell, Photographer
Topeka | KS | USA | Posted: 11:19 PM on 01.07.10
->> Sam's Club will make a 16x20 print for $5.96. I would think that should work fine for giveaways.
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Sam Morris, Photographer
Henderson (Las Vegas) | NV | USA | Posted: 12:56 AM on 01.08.10
->> Another vote for Costco, if you are a member. I have had prints made for coworkers and one was so happy with the price she ended up joining. You also have the option of not having them color correct the image.
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