[QUOTE=Wombler;2103495]Yeah quality wise they’re indistinguishable from normal photos.
I’ve been using my photo printer for passport/driving licence photos etc. for a few years now and the organisations that provide those documents here in the UK are unbelievably fussy about quality.
Officially inkjet prints are deemed unacceptable for these purposes and it mentions this specifically on the application forms but obviously, when it’s done properly, they can no longer tell the difference .
I love the quality but wish the cartridge capacity was larger. Not sure if the 6 cart systems save any money over the 2 cart + one printers.
The big advantage of printing at home is you can crop, edit, and adjust the image as you want not as they think you might like Plus you can add text to your photos.
Just a few years ago ordering a 8 1/2 x 11 print of a photo of yours took time and big $ and they would crop it as they wanted.
Now I just wish I could scan some of my slides and print them
Note the Photo print machines in many stores require a store employee just to assist you to print a photo. Is that a self service machine?