Sam's Warehouse CD's

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Winston, May 7, 2004.

  1. Winston

    Winston Guest

    I just received 3 CD's from Sam's Warehouse "Professional Processing"
    (LOL) and every image was out of focus on all 3 CD's. I checked the
    images online and those too are all out of focus. The funny thing
    about all this is that the prints & negs all looked great & sharp. I
    was curious if this is common with anyone getting their CD's included
    from Sam's?

    -Winston
     
    Winston, May 7, 2004
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  2. Winston

    Ron Hunter Guest

    Winston wrote:

    > I just received 3 CD's from Sam's Warehouse "Professional Processing"
    > (LOL) and every image was out of focus on all 3 CD's. I checked the
    > images online and those too are all out of focus. The funny thing
    > about all this is that the prints & negs all looked great & sharp. I
    > was curious if this is common with anyone getting their CD's included
    > from Sam's?
    >
    > -Winston


    Haven't done film there (this IS a digital group), but if I were you , I
    would take them back to Sam's and demand they redo them properly.
     
    Ron Hunter, May 7, 2004
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  3. I routinely have Sam's scan film negs at 8x10 - 300dpi and not had problems
    for prints up to 8x10. (Sam's either scans at 4x6 ($2.99/roll) or 8x10
    ($9.95/roll) Problems with Sam's is that they cannot print on the Frontier
    (340?) over 8x10, and when I use the Sam's scans for 11x14 and larger prints
    elsewhere the pixellation is a bit much due to their scanning .jpg's at a
    higher compression (they say they don't have control over the degree of
    compression.) Moral of story IMHO with re: Sam's, ok for 8x10's - and
    that's 'bout all. Bigger prints need better scans done elsewhere.

    Jim W.


    "Ron Hunter" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Winston wrote:
    >
    > > I just received 3 CD's from Sam's Warehouse "Professional Processing"
    > > (LOL) and every image was out of focus on all 3 CD's. I checked the
    > > images online and those too are all out of focus. The funny thing
    > > about all this is that the prints & negs all looked great & sharp. I
    > > was curious if this is common with anyone getting their CD's included
    > > from Sam's?
    > >
    > > -Winston

    >
    > Haven't done film there (this IS a digital group), but if I were you , I
    > would take them back to Sam's and demand they redo them properly.




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    Commercial Imaging Services, May 9, 2004
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