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    Originally posted by Wolfgang


    Hmm.. k... questions:

    4:3 ration... erm, that means?
    And for the white border, does it happen to all photo labs across the board?

    (I'm doing developing for the first time... so abit blur blur)

    Kindly enlighten...

    PS: Keito, you have Konota's shop no?
    Nope

    http://forum.clubsnap.org/showthread...digital+prints

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    Argh.. die..

    I already burnt all the pics into my CD....

    I reckon it's too late to do any adjustments...

    Lets see how it turns out...

    Anyway, Keito, thanks again for your help.
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    wolfgang, konota's number is 63334492

    by right they charge according to fujifilm's standard of $0.50 per 4R print with $5 handling fee. But I just printed 100 pcs for $40, means it was $0.40 without handling fee. Plus I had the Fuji Green Card so a further 10% discount. Quite worth it. But I don't know if the low price is due to me being a regular or I'm printing bulk.

    Alternatively, ColorLab Photofinishing at Adelphi churns out beautiful digital prints. Somehow I find their prints sharper than Konota's. But they charge strictly $0.50 per 4R and $5 handling fee.

    as for the ratio cropping thingy, it's better that you crop yourself into 3:2 ratio for 4R paper, or they'll crop for you. Since you have burnt into a CD already, maybe you'll feel better that most pro labs crop your photos tastefully....so cross fingers!
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    Go to Colour Lab and ask for the "DI" size. This is a special 4:3 paper, currently available only with glossy finish. Then you no longer have to worry about cropping. It costs the same - $0.50 + $5 handling fee.

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    Originally posted by Tweek
    wolfgang, konota's number is 63334492

    by right they charge according to fujifilm's standard of $0.50 per 4R print with $5 handling fee. But I just printed 100 pcs for $40, means it was $0.40 without handling fee. Plus I had the Fuji Green Card so a further 10% discount. Quite worth it. But I don't know if the low price is due to me being a regular or I'm printing bulk.

    Alternatively, ColorLab Photofinishing at Adelphi churns out beautiful digital prints. Somehow I find their prints sharper than Konota's. But they charge strictly $0.50 per 4R and $5 handling fee.

    as for the ratio cropping thingy, it's better that you crop yourself into 3:2 ratio for 4R paper, or they'll crop for you. Since you have burnt into a CD already, maybe you'll feel better that most pro labs crop your photos tastefully....so cross fingers!
    Sigh...

    well, fingers crossed. My mistake i guess.

    Now i have a lil problem. I didn't get to go down to Konota but i was at the vicinity of Fotolab, and i went there to develope...

    Then i suddenly realised something, that i orientated the shots according to the way i took them... :< So portrait shots were all "righted" up straight, while the landscape shots were, well, "landscaped"

    That would actually affect the prints right?

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    Originally posted by Wolfgang
    Then i suddenly realised something, that i orientated the shots according to the way i took them... :< So portrait shots were all "righted" up straight, while the landscape shots were, well, "landscaped"

    That would actually affect the prints right?

    no worries, the developer will get it right. I do that all the time.

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    Originally posted by Tweek


    no worries, the developer will get it right. I do that all the time.
    "Heng" ah... I certainly hope so.. the guy manning the front counter @ Fotohub wasn't all that friendly to start with... bleah...

    Anyhows, next time round, i'll try ColourLab...

    Thanks.
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    I'm too late. BTW, Photo Friend at Peninsula is having a promotion on 4R digital printing. $0.40 a print (min. 10 prints), there will be no media handling charges! Promotion ends 30 Sep 02
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    Originally posted by Wolfgang


    Was abt to ask if anyone has any alternative suggestions...

    And how is the quality, as compared to RGB?

    Where is Konota?

    Kindly advice pls.
    Wolfgang, please see below:

    KONOTA
    111 North Bridge Road. #01-40
    Peninsula Plaza, Singapore 179098
    Tel: 3334492

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    Originally posted by Dagger


    Wolfgang, please see below:

    KONOTA
    111 North Bridge Road. #01-40
    Peninsula Plaza, Singapore 179098
    Tel: 3334492
    Dagger,

    thanks.

    Originally posted by malkw
    I'm too late. BTW, Photo Friend at Peninsula is having a promotion on 4R digital printing. $0.40 a print (min. 10 prints), there will be no media handling charges! Promotion ends 30 Sep 02
    William, Argh!! Never say sooner. hehe

    Anyway, thanks though.
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