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Anyone knows an online shop for Digital Photo Processing in Australia? - Photography

*** post for FREE via your newsreader at post.newsfeed.com *** What I'm looking for is... an online shop where I can upload my photos and submit orders. The pictures will be sent to me or be picked up from a shop (Sydney). Of course, it should not be more expensive than the normal shop. BTW, what's the usual price at the moment? :-) thanks PC HUA -- _/\__/\__/\__/\__/\__/\_ www.huaonline.com My Homepage is my Castle -----= Posted via Newsfeed.Com, Uncensored Usenet News =----- http://www.newsfeed.com - The #1 Newsgroup Service in the World! -----== 100,000 Groups! - 19 Servers! - Unlimited Download! ...

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    Default Anyone knows an online shop for Digital Photo Processing in Australia?

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    What I'm looking for is... an online shop where I can upload my photos and
    submit orders. The pictures will be sent to me or be picked up from a shop
    (Sydney). Of course, it should not be more expensive than the normal shop.
    BTW, what's the usual price at the moment? :-)

    thanks
    PC HUA

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    Default Re: Anyone knows an online shop for Digital Photo Processing in Australia?

    Hi!

    This gets asked all the time, so if you check back in the archives
    on google groups you'll find a stack of them.

    PC HUA wrote: 

    Scott Guest

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    Default Re: Anyone knows an online shop for Digital Photo Processing in Australia?

    Fujicolor, Kodak, BigW, Harvey Norman and Teds all offer these
    services, at varying prices, just as do many independant places... the
    average price for a print is around about 50-70 c, depending on who's
    printing it and how many they're doing... that can be as low as 40c
    each on a Fuji Frontier in Quantity to $1.50 a print on a Fuji
    Frontier at a pro lab...

    Cheers,
    Stuart

    On Wed, 03 Sep 2003 15:50:43 +1000, PC HUA <home-at-huaonline.dot.com>
    wrote:
     

    Stuart Guest

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    Default Re: Anyone knows an online shop for Digital Photo Processing in Australia?

    Kodak.
    "PC HUA" <home-at-huaonline.dot.com> wrote in message
    news:newsfeeds.com... 


    ShaneBooth Guest

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