To Brenton: Try Streets Imaging for Prints

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Genuine, Jun 30, 2003.

  1. Genuine

    Genuine Guest

    They are one of the best known in professional printing in Brisbane.
    Prints are always very sharp, consistent - on Kodak Pro paper
    Prices - unbelievable

    For Bulk Prints (>26)
    4x6" 0.50
    5 X 7" 0.80
    6 X 8" 0.90
    8 x 10 2.50


    For upto 25 prints:
    4x6" 0.70
    5 X 7" 1.60
    6 X 8" 1.80
    8 x 10 3.00
    8x12" 3.50
    10X15" 5.50
    11 x 14" 7.00
    12 X 18" 9.00


    LED
    20x24" 30.oo
    20x32" 35.00

    Only catch is min order to be $25

    File required jpg, 10-12 quality, 250dpi on cd-rom

    www.streetsimaging.com.au

    look under SRP Output.
    I can show you some prints if you like.

    Regards,
    G

    Disclaimer: I dont work for streets, have used them for over 7 years now.
     
    Genuine, Jun 30, 2003
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  2. Genuine

    Brenton Guest


    They certainly are EXCELLENT prices.. I payed $6 each for ten 8x12's
    today.
    BRenton
     
    Brenton, Jun 30, 2003
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  3. Genuine

    Auspics Guest

    What about I swap you my GSW690 III Fiji for the eos3?
    JT
     
    Auspics, Jun 30, 2003
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  4. Genuine

    Valar Guest

    HOw much do you want for the GSW690III?

    ;)
     
    Valar, Jul 1, 2003
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  5. Genuine

    Valar Guest


    I don't know either, depends on the condition it is in i suppose?
     
    Valar, Jul 1, 2003
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  6. Genuine

    Brenton Guest


    If you are serious.. I will definitely consider it... I am planning
    (thinking about) getting rid of the EOS 3 in favor of the 10D... using
    my EOS 50e as a fisheye and wide angle only body (it is cheaper than the
    EOS 3 to own as a back up) ... and then getting MF for those wedding
    poster and panoramic shots that brides want for their walls.

    Contact me on this email address if you are serious and we can crunch
    some numbers :)
    BRenton
     
    Brenton, Jul 1, 2003
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