Just got back some shots developed by Standard Color Photo


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Paladin

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Hmm...quality so so lor....areas with lots of whites did not turn out too good.:(

Looks abit saturated in colors too...generally I'm ok with it..
 

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Originally posted by mpenza
which branch? there're lots of Standard Color Photo shops around.
Nearest my place is the one in WestMall..Bukit Batok..but I believe all these are sent back to their HQ..Saw the word HQ written on the slip when I sent in for development.
 

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I'd say, stick with Fuji e-pic prints. Go to a reputable lab as well. It costs more, but it's worth it. You wouldn't want your best shot printed badly, do you? :)

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There's always RGB and Colourlab. :D
 

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I also tried some shots printed through my HP printer..funny..looks better leh...;p
 

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Originally posted by Paladin
I also tried some shots printed through my HP printer..funny..looks better leh...;p
Don't be surprised. I have prints made on my Epson Stylus Photo 890 that looks better than prints from Standard/Singapore Colour.

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