Best UK on-line lab for digital prints ???

Discussion in 'UK Photography' started by Stuart, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. Stuart

    Stuart Guest

    The question may have been asked before, but I am looking for the best
    on-line lab to make 12" x 8" digital prints which are fade-resistant
    behind glass. Any recommendations ?

    Thanks,


    Stuart
     
    Stuart, Apr 16, 2005
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    Shez Guest

    Fuji Crystal Archive is supposed to be the best paper for permanence,
    lasting about 50 years IIRC. The only thing that beat it in the test I
    saw was Cibachrome prints stored in the dark, which last indefinitely.

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    Shez, Apr 16, 2005
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    Microwave Guest

    You could try fotoserve.com (http://www.fotoserve.com) -- one of the proprietors is a
    contributer to this newsgroup. I don't do digital by and large, so I can't vouch for their work,
    but have been told by friends they are quite good.
     
    Microwave, Apr 17, 2005
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    Bernard Peek, Apr 17, 2005
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    Owen Boyd Guest

    Hello,
    I offer online Cibachrome (colour, very fade resistant) and Black and white
    prints on real photographic paper, RC and Fibre based:
    www.owenboyd.com
    Owen Boyd
     
    Owen Boyd, May 4, 2005
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  6. Hi Stuart,

    We offer 12x8" printing onto Konica Long life 100
    photographic paper over the internet. We are an
    established developing lab of 16 years.

    Take a look at http://www.picturelizard.co.uk
     
    Mark Townsend, May 10, 2005
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