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To think it's impossible to find somewhere to print my photo albums 😡

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Princessofshoreditch Wed 25-May-16 11:35:51

I am wanting to get my wedding photos printed (after two years 😳). Every search throws up 'photo books' where the photo is printed directly onto the page of the book. All I want is high quality photos in an album. Obviously I want to spend a bit extra getting the photos printing to a higher quality rather than going to boots etc. Any recommendations?

hellsbellsmelons Wed 25-May-16 11:37:24

Why would any other printer be better than a Boots or an Asda printer?

MissBattleaxe Wed 25-May-16 11:39:09

Are they digital? You can order just the normal prints from Truprint then buy a posh album to put them in. The quality is very good and you can choose the size.

Princessofshoreditch Wed 25-May-16 11:39:11

I use these kinds of places for other photos but they aren't always particularly crisp. Also they will fade quicker. Or so I'm told

blackteaplease Wed 25-May-16 11:39:55

I don't think the quality would be any different, also all of the online companies do prints. You may need to look on the desktop sites rather than on a phone or iPad.

Lweji Wed 25-May-16 11:42:38

You can get online services such as

and then buy and put them in an album.

Paperchase, for example, is good for albums.
Or Amazon

Lweji Wed 25-May-16 11:43:47

Online services do different quality paper and prints.

neonrainbow Wed 25-May-16 11:45:11

I got mine done from snapfish with a matte finish they look brilliant.

MissBattleaxe Wed 25-May-16 14:50:40

I think photos only fade quicker if they're in sunlight. I have 20 year old photos in an album that still look clear as day.

OldBeanbagz Wed 25-May-16 14:54:48

I'd use a professional photo printers if you want them doing properly. You should be able to find one locally or there's Loxley in Glasgow who do a lot by mail order.

Boot are ok otherwise, i don't have any experience of Asda but i've never been happy with the colour of Photobox.

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