I would recommend Printspace for proofs but not printing.
I would to use a printing company where you can actually talk with the printer to make the best print from the image. This personal touch doesn't happen at Printspace, which is more like a factory. I made an appointment to see a printer to discuss the job, travelled over from Chelsea but could only speak to the receptionist. A photographer takes the photo & uses his photographic skills & the same should result with a printer. This happens when you see a printer at (external reference) Imaging etc but at Printspace you talk to a computer. My pictures won awards but not thanks to Printspace. I see good photographic printing as a craft not a factory operation
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