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Shutterfly

I am now looking at it, and it would be sooooo much cheaper to put albums together on there rather than buy the albums, order the prints, etc. But my question is this: Do they have a problem printing photos that are obviously the professional studios pics? (Like I know our walgreens won't reprint pro pics) Wondering if anyone's come across this potential problem.

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Re: Shutterfly

  • Do you have a CD with the rights?  Then it's no problem at all.  But then my Walgreens didn't have a problem with that either.  I honestly don't think you'll have a problem.  The only time I had a prob with Walgreens was when I was trying to scan old pics that had "Olan Mills" plastered in the corner.  Other than that, they don't seem to care at mine.  Especially when I do things online.  

    I don't think shutterfly will be a problem.  If you have access to get them on your computer, I think they'll just print and send.   

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  • Amber, No CD, we access them on their online gallery. But in the upper left corner of every one (online) the studio has text-typed the Photogs name n number.... hmm...... :-/
  • :-/  Hmmm.... I'd say give it a try.  Maybe try and get a couple prints before spending a lot of time on an album.  The worst they can do is not print them.  
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  • i think it also depends who you go to. my local CVS gal printed out pictures of movie posters (yes! copyrighted movie posters!) and had no problem with it.
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    Amber, No CD, we access them on their online gallery. But in the upper left corner of every one (online) the studio has text-typed the Photogs name n number.... hmm...... :-/

    Are you downloading high res images, or just right-clicking and saving them? They won't print well if you're just saving web versions; Shutterfly has some guidelines for size/resolution that you can check to see if what you have will print well. Just don't want you to get an album printed and have it look all grainy!

    Not sure about printing it with the watermark. They might -- I suppose you could try just ordering a couple prints first and see if they do it. But if your contract with your photog says anything about not reproducing the copyrighted images, you may want to be careful. The photog could take legal action against you, I would think.

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  • Ditto PP.  Without high resolution images, Shutterfly pics look horrible.  It will give you a sort of error message that the image quality is too poor.

    Are you going to get your pics on a CD?  Or are they JUST online and stay there?

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