Wanting to print first poster with D800 image

Started Jul 16, 2012 | Discussions thread
Daniel Clune
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use Costco Printing Service Costco doesnt use a RIP
In reply to BeachnCruz, Jul 17, 2012

Costco clearly doesnt use a RIP just a regular driver so I wouldnt go there. RIP is way better than a driver. Mpix uses a RIP, use them over costco. So were ever you go, go to pace that uses a RIP over just a plane jane driver that does the file handling. Heck even for home printing I use Qimage which is like a poor mans RIP program. RIP programs make a differance on large prints, especially with limited amount of pixels.

BeachnCruz wrote:

Hi Debbie. Don't get a major headache trying to over think your Poster Project.

I suggest you try out the Costco Printing Service for your Poster and other sizes.

Start by carefully reading all the information provided by the following links ....

http://www.drycreekphoto.com/icc/CostcoPosterPrinters.html

http://www.drycreekphoto.com/icc/index.html

http://bermangraphics.com/coolpix/noritsu_tips.htm

Jim

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