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Thread: Is quality lost printing from a .jpeg file?

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    Re: Is quality lost printing from a .jpeg file?

    I think anytime before noon or early afternoon is best for the food.

    But you have to buy the wine. There is no free tasting.

    And now that Lenny has alerted me to the art I will be on the lookout for it next time I am there.

    Sandy




    Quote Originally Posted by Kuzano View Post
    I have no problem with the concept of Costco print quality, but it might enhance my Costco experience if you could post a schedule for the best foods and wines. Does it operate similar to a "Happy Hour" at one specific interval of the day, or is it a random process with varied selections.

    Thank You.

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    Re: Is quality lost printing from a .jpeg file?

    It looks like everyone has now stated their truth on the Costco photo issue.

    I have one more question. What is the typical cost of a typical 12 x 18 size color print, that is made by the generic master printer on the appropriate master quality paper?

    By the way, the best kept secret in eating is the Costco brat and soda deal. Disclaimer: I do not own Costco stock.

    As always, thanks to all on this terrific forum.

    Steve

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    Re: Is quality lost printing from a .jpeg file?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Sample View Post
    It looks like everyone has now stated their truth on the Costco photo issue.

    I have one more question. What is the typical cost of a typical 12 x 18 size color print, that is made by the generic master printer on the appropriate master quality paper?

    By the way, the best kept secret in eating is the Costco brat and soda deal. Disclaimer: I do not own Costco stock.

    As always, thanks to all on this terrific forum.

    Steve
    I am not ashamed to tell you that I do own a stake in Costco (Nasd Cost)...so please develop your photos, buy the "art", and wine. I hope that you eat a lot of that artery clogging stuff and please eat it often since I also own stock in several pharmaceutical companies that manufacture statin meds. Thanks to each and every one of you for your persistant and continuing support.

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