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Photos on facebook

lincolnsmommy Avatar
6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
Does anyone know if there's a way of ordering for all your photos on facebook to be printed without saving and uploading everyone to a camera shop?

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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
i dont think they will be best quality if you do anyway? but im sure there is an application on facebook..
#2
my local asda lets you print photos straight from facebook, you must have to log in on the photo machine.
banned#3
surely you have your photos on your hard drive? Just put them on a cdr usb stick and take to a camera shop (e.g. jessops)
banned#4
pm me your facebook, ill look into it ;)
banned#5
fraped someone?
#6
Can do it in a kodak store on the machines
#7
Photobox do it. You can also get 60 free prints (£1.99 postage) at the moment.

(Just checked and its £1.49 postage)

Edited By: Goonieman on Nov 10, 2010 10:16: parp
#8
I don't have them on my hard drive as there off various cameras and computers and my phone etc. I take loads of photos. If I took them straight off facebook surly they would be the sane quality then? Never mind was worth ago. Thanks everyone
#9
dcx_badass
Facebook photos are a waste of time, print if you want a fuzzy mess.

I thought it depended if you uploaded them in HQ or not? since that options exists when uploading, i would have assumed so
#10
Right - to clear things up - easiest way to do this (as I have done) is to request your data to be e-mailed to you - Facebook then collects all the data on your account and sends it to you :) simples. :D
#11
tomwatts
Right - to clear things up - easiest way to do this (as I have done) is to request your data to be e-mailed to you - Facebook then collects all the data on your account and sends it to you :) simples. :D


How do I request that please? :) thanks

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