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    Question about sending photos via TTM

    I’ve sent out cards through the mail for several years, but I want to start getting 8x10s signed instead. For those of you that do this, where do you get your photos to send out? They are quite expensive to order online, so I am wondering if there are cheaper ways (a few dollars per photo) to get them. Thanks for any help!
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    For those responding, PM him. We don't want more sources outed (like adorama).

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    the easiest way to do it is just print them out yourself. That's what I have been doing for the last couple of years. Too many places are cracking down on copyrights for the photos.

    anymore printers that print out good looking photos are cheaper. the ink is a little costly but not horribly depending on how many pictures you are printing. the photo paper is even relatively cheap.

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    the easiest way to do it is just print them out yourself. That's what I have been doing for the last couple of years. Too many places are cracking down on copyrights for the photos.

    anymore printers that print out good looking photos are cheaper. the ink is a little costly but not horribly depending on how many pictures you are printing. the photo paper is even relatively cheap.

    I've been looking at doing this. Do you have any suggestions on the type of printer to get? Lmk thanks

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    I've been looking at doing this. Do you have any suggestions on the type of printer to get? Lmk thanks


    canon printers are good. I have the Canon MX490 which is a bit of an older model but, prints great pictures.

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    Thanks, I am going to try this!

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    Walgreens will have sales, sometimes they will even give you a free 8x10.
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    Walgreens. Just Google "Walgreens photo promo code" and you'll always be able to find at least 30% off, sometimes up to 60% off.
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    Walgreens. Just Google "Walgreens photo promo code" and you'll always be able to find at least 30% off, sometimes up to 60% off.

    What about copyright issues? Will they allow you to print sports photography?

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    What about copyright issues? Will they allow you to print sports photography?

    I've been doing it for about four years now, and the question was only ever raised once when I put in an order for like 15 photos. And even then, it was only in passing, and I took the pics anyway, so it didn't matter. As long as you don't overdo it, you shouldn't have a problem.

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