Does anyone upload their files to a lab and receive prints in the mail? I'd like to start doing this. I prefer a lab that doesn't "correct" images. The nearest CVS Pharmacy does a better job than all the other drugstores and Wal Mart with great prices. But their Fuji Aladdin or Frontier or whatever it's called is down about 3 or 4 days a week. This is getting old!
I've had good results with Shutterfly, and they are always running promos and giving away free prints. I just got a free 16 X 20 print the other day. I think that you get 20 or so free 4 x 6 prints when you sign up, so it can't hurt to try it out.
>www.walgreens.com does a pretty good job and they're >convenient. I mean, who doesn't have a walgreens around the >corner from them?
walgreen's has the same 'condition' that walmart's online service has;
"As a condition to your Membership, you hereby grant Walgreens and the PHOTO.WALGREENS.COM Site Host (presently Hewlett-Packard Co. d/b/a/ Snapfish) a perpetual, universal, non-exclusive, royalty-free right to copy, display, modify, transmit, make derivative works of and distribute your Content".