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05-31-2010, 01:09 AM   #1
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I have had my first request from someone that actually wants to hang up one of my prints. They asked for it as a 24x24 sized print. They will cover the cost and such.

I was hoping to use posterjack.ca ($65) costco ($95) or walmart ($80)

I know know costco or walmart would do an OK job, but not at the stands I am hoping for.

Has anyone used posterjack? or other options? I am thinking frameless mount as it will be used in a kitchen.

If anyone cares here is the image they want, the colours work well in their kitchen... (sigh... I mean it is a gripping photo, with stunning subject matter!!)



I am cropping it square and a little to the left... gets rid of the mess on the right hand side...

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Can't say much about the services, but that's one hell of a shot! Good luck with printing it- I'm sure it'll look marvelous at the end!

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I have never used Posterjack, but Costco is 1010% better than walmart here in Canada.
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I have NEVER regretted using MPix or Elco Labs. Not sure what their pricing would be, but I have found both of them worthy of recommendation.

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I would have never thought costco as even a contender... I'll check out those other two... thanks guys...
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I Use Costco for 6 years for professionnal jobs (8''X10'')
The make wonderfull prints (fuji paper on frontier or noritsu)
I tweak myself my tones and color (density) and ask they do not touch.

I've seen some large prints and they look great
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