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Millers vs. WHCC

Scott Lubow , Sep 24, 2007; 10:55 a.m.

Hi All, Millers photos are about twice as much as WHCC. Is the quality two times better? I'm trying to find a lab to use and although I like the extra features that Millers offers, I don't want to spend twice as much if the quality isn't any different. Thanks Scott


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Jack Krohn , Sep 24, 2007; 11:34 a.m.

WhiteHouse's quality is every bit as good as Millers - as far as I'm concerned- both are good labs but WhiteHouse is the better deal!!

Kelly M. , Sep 24, 2007; 06:15 p.m.

I se whitehouse all the time and are very happy with them

Sp ... , Sep 24, 2007; 07:45 p.m.

Damn, I thought this was going to be about a wedding brawl.

Tam Vu , Sep 24, 2007; 11:04 p.m.

I like WHCC too. Nice turn around time and quality prints.

Colleen Donovan - Moses Lake, Washington , Sep 25, 2007; 12:52 a.m.

I have to say Miller's. Everything is top notch and their customer service is outstanding. I love the fact that I can upload an order in the afternoon and it's on it's way to me the next day. I've never had anything bent, scrunched, ruined, etc because they package eveything very carefully. They are just to easy to use. I LOOOOVE them!

Brad - , Sep 25, 2007; 01:00 a.m.

Don't know about Miller's, but I've been happy with White House. Give their Enduro metalic paper a try...

David Sparks , Sep 25, 2007; 01:07 a.m.

I am happy with both. Millers seems a bit more saturated than WHCC but only a tiny bit. I use Millers though.

Brooke Moore , Sep 25, 2007; 07:50 a.m.

In photo printing you do get what you pay for!

I love Millers I am a very long time user of them and find that their service is exactly what they say. The tech support is amazing and the cost of the prints is well within the standards.

I have looked at WHCC but frankly was dissapointed in getting information so moved on.

In my experience it pays to simplify and since Millers can provide what I need and keeps coming up with new innovations I am sticking with one lab.


Dominic Ramirez , Sep 26, 2007; 03:42 a.m.

I've tried a lot of labs and WHCC is hands down the winner. 2 reason, quality and price. Oh and they put candy in the box sometimes.

They print on Kodak Endura which to some may seem less contrasty than say FCA but it works well for most shots. Customer service is top notch. You can talk directly to people by name in the office with little wait time. The ordering process is also excelent. After you submit your orders they go into a que and upload in the backround and you can start on other orders while they upload.

I love them for the order fulfillment and the flat rate shipping, very fast shipping.

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