Some Sam's Clubs, and almost all Costcos... I'm shocked you don't print your own.
I have all of my client printing done through Nations Photo Lab. They do an excellent job and are very reasonable. If you are going to sell your prints, why would you not want to have the highest quality? You don't want your name associated with poor quality printing.
I agree 100%. When I sell prints, I use a quality supplier.
I only use Costco, Walgreens, etc, when I need quick prints for my kids (school project, etc) or for family members when giving them 4x6 or 5x7 prints from familiy things. Paying customers should get a higher quality which will last longer.
Saw this thread and it made me think. A regular printer is extremely needed by any photographer. But what about 3D printers? I've heard that buying 3D printer can save a lot of money. Because you can make decorations and other needed stuff on your own.
I saw a guy on another photographer forum, who noticed 3D printers in this sense. Can it really help photographer? I really don't know, but I'm thinking about buying one next month. One of my friends even picked up one for me. Some kind of French 3D printer named matériaux impression 3D. I saw some videos with this printer and what is he capable of. Awesome thing. But does a photographer really need it? Or I will buy it just for fun? This is an important question, because I don't have free money right now. Hope someone will tell me.