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Danielle Burkleo
Danielle Burkleo • 2 years ago

where to print

  • House of Lovelock
    House of Lovelock • 2 years ago

    It's more accurate to configure your screen properly and then use the same lab to create consistency! Every machine is different at every store, but a lab keeps their settings the same. Oh, and most "real" labs will offer free prints to help you configure. :)

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