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Review of Boots - Photo Processing

Super

Great quality, wonderful staff, low price

Long queuing time during busy times

...I have been using Boots - Photo Processing for many years. Today, I went in, in my wheelchair to get some digital photos developed. I noticed that it was difficult to move around to get to the machines. The space was particularly tight, but the staff were very helpful and accommodating. I have tried other Photo Processing places, but I have to say that Boots is my favourite for reliability...

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Review of Boots - Photo Processing

Super

Quick and Easy Self Service - Quality - Professional

Not the cheapest

...'ve not got the best digital camera in the world, but they were all sharp and with good colours. This included a few difficult ones such as shots out of a plane window at 28000ft, and a few in quite poor lighting conditions that have required a little editing to look decent on the computer. I've used Boots for photo printing like this for many years, ever since I got a digital camera, and also used...

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Review of Tesco photo developing

Good

Earn Clubcard points, can have it delivered to your home or nearest store.

Differing advice from their customer service.

...Overall Review I didn?t use my local store when processing my photos or ordering gifts, I used the online photolab - http://www.tescophoto.com/wpp/tesco/welcome.jsp. One of the incentives to join is 10 free prints, although I?ve found a lot more online photolabs that offer you a much higher quantity of free prints. With Tesco photolab you upload your pictures into a chosen album with 200Mb...

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