Printing panoramas

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Printers at home

Some notes on printing are found in the high resolution partial panoramas tutorial.

Printing services

It might be a good idea to list some internet print or photo developing services here, maybe by country. Before I post any opinions and recommendations about services we should agree that we want to have them in the wiki at all. Smensch01 10:42, 3 Dec 2004 (EST)


EZ Prints

I've used EZPrints on a few BIG panoramas - mainly single or dual row, very very wide images. The last panorama I printed was 8x63 inches printed on 12" roll paper. There is a downloadable ICC Profile and they use Fuji archival paper. They also print up to 20x30 for more normal aspect ratio images. --Jeff 10:00, 6 Dec 2004 (EST)

White House Custom Color

I use White House Custom Color,, they offer a WIDE array of sizes, including 8x12 (good for large native crop of Canon Files), eazy ordering (FTP, & Java APP), and free 2 day delivery. Most important, the quality is spot on, if you are using a calibrated workflow. --Sgriffin 17:34, 16 November 2006 (CET)

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