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Photo Printer vs Photo Processing

Discussion in 'Technology' started by greginhali, May 12, 2010.

  1. greginhali

    greginhali TRIBE Member

    Just wondering what you think is more economical. The pictures are from high school kids and i'm looking for an economical way to get them printed, but as well have the students have a hands on feel.

    Photo processing (walmart lets say) 19 cents a photo. Only down fall is I have to do the leg work of drop off and pick up.

    Photo printer, 35 - 40 for a print cartridge. Would i been able to get the same amount of pictures printed with the printer, then if i dropped off at walmart? I want to do the printer route as they students get to do the photo editing and printing themselves.

    Anyone one know the comparisons?

  2. acheron

    acheron TRIBE Member

    take them on a field trip to Walmart - it's where half of them will end up working their careers anyway

    semi kidding. the photo printer thing is a good idea from a hands-on perspective but the Walmart route is definitely the more economical option.
  3. greginhali

    greginhali TRIBE Member

    yo we shooting for the Bay!

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