Does anyone regularly use a Kodak Picture Maker to print photos? Like a kiosk at a store.
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Posted: 2/4/2014 8:58:05 PM
I saw one in Tarjay tonight and about used it after downloading the app and then it was out of ink!
The nerve!

My Sam's has one and I think Walmart too.
I don't care that much for either of their regular developing but I was wondering about the Kodak Picturemaker.

I'm definitely going to try it this week.
Does anyone use it?


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Posted: 2/4/2014 9:18:42 PM
I used to use one at a now closed LSS. It was great when I needed copies of original photos for albums I made for others.



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Posted: 2/4/2014 9:51:22 PM
I do and I prefer it to Target's regular processing. It's hard to figure out, but I love printing two photos onto a 4x6 sheet. It works well for zoo pics and times when I have a ton of little photos to scrap.

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Posted: 2/5/2014 7:28:22 AM
I used it to copy a ton of photos from my parents album. It worked great.

I miss Ritz Camera! I would take my memory sticks in and use their touch-screen to order/edit all my photos.


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Posted: 2/5/2014 11:54:09 AM
I use it a lot for the collage pictures which allows you to get 2 3x4 pictures on one 4x6. They also have some other sizes that I use less frequently. I will print regular 4x6 when I need them in a hurry. The only thing I would caution you about is some of them print your pictures immediately while others just allow you to order, and then you have to wait to pick them up. Just so you are aware.

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Posted: 2/5/2014 12:02:29 PM
I use one at CVS often when I have to have a few pics immediately and have never had a problem. Also,you can use the collage feature and print 3x4 on the 4x6 plus they have other sizes as well. Mine has a check feature if you want the pics in seconds or one hour.



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Posted: 2/5/2014 12:52:33 PM
I use the one at my nearest CVS-type store almost exclusively for my prints. I edit at home, and print there. The one thing I've noticed is that the quality is better more frequently if I use the glossy options. I used to prefer matte, but I was having too many issues with it and haven't since I changed my preference.


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Posted: 2/5/2014 7:41:19 PM
I print a lot of my pics at Target and love all the sizes they offer. I love having prints soon after an event. I also use the photo printer at the Fed Ex stores we have in our area. I like the quality there the best but they do not offer as many sizes as Target.

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Posted: 2/5/2014 7:43:39 PM
I used one several years ago when I needed to make duplicate prints of my mother's photos. They turned out well, but it was a more expensive way of making prints. I don't know if that has changed.

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