POST THEM.... POST THEM !!
As for the photo prints, gbn, if you want quality... don't trust just anyone, anybody, any-machine, any-kiosk, anything!
For example, I sent the same JPG file to seven photo print shops, from the local automated kiosk to five of the best online photo print companies.
The result was shocking to say the least.
One print returned was totally out-of-focus. I sent this back with the invoice asking for an explanation. No reply, no apology, nothing.
Four others were noticable color tones dominant in the photo. From yellow, green, blue and brown.
Two of the seven delivered color-true, sharp photo prints.
Of course there are many factors involved. For example, the controller was probably asleep or flirting with his/her coworkers when he/she should have been checking my photo on the light-table.
Since I did this test a few years ago, I have since purchased a photo-printer (sub-dye type) and a large format printer (a real treat to have)... so, my use of photolabs has become extinct.
Of course it would be a pleasure of mine to print photos for my English speaking colleagues from EF.ch. But, with my "price per print" with this photo printer, you would come out on the better end of the price scale if you found a good online photolab and used them. One thing that I garantee compared to the online-cheap-photolabs is quality. If someone does give me their files for printing, I ensure the color, lighting, color-tone and size is correct before printing.
Remember also, one important thing
, your screen/monitor is most likely NOT calibrated, the printers are. It is possible that your display will demonstrate a color mismatch when you receive your prints, no matter who prints your files. Don't be disappointed!
So, enough from me. If anyone has specific questions... do not be afraid to ask, there are surely 10 others that are asking the same question but afraid to ask
Bests from the East-Side,