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Written on: 01/07/2011 by bevbatts (1 review written)
i ordered my prints online and when they arrived they are nothing like the colors of the pictures i took. Not happy at all. I would not recommend to a friend as i feel the prints, although cheap, and really not worth what i paid… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/02/2011 by aarondkeogh (1 review written)
ASDA Thurmastons film and print service review.
I use ASDA's photo service ritually most weeks for developing film and then having the images put onto a CD (only for reference, more on this later). As an amateur creative photographer I like to use ASDA in Thurmaston because I have got to know the people who work their very well and the price and effort to process film at home is to much hassle.
However, their are some draw backs. I go by you get what you pay for a lot and this is no… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/09/2010
Wanted my prints made at ASDA superstore Wigan and the machine wiped my memory card, the staff were very unhelpful blaming me and saying that the card was faulty, but the images had come up on the screen but when I tryed to order them the machines crashed. After asking to see a manager they suggested I contact Fuji who make the machine but I said they should contact them! Eventually they said they would contact the photo manager who would contact me but that was over three weeks ago and so I am… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/06/2010
Dreadful quality prints, photos taken within seconds of each other are totally different colours.
I have complained, and not received a reply, says it all will not use again… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2010
i took in 9 disposable cameras to asda it takes 10days to process them and 4 pounds for each camera which i think is a bit much for a 10 day service theres no option to have them done any faster either… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2010
I had 200 prints developed on the 1 hour service in the photo department at the pudsey store today and i was very pleased with not only the quality of my prints but the excellent service of the lady that served me. as it was my first time using the machine, she helped me throughout although she was busy. Not only was i pleased with the prints i ordered, there was an offer on, so i was able to get 5x7 size for the same price as the 6x4. Well done asda… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2009 by product expert (1 review written)
Have used Asda before for the odd print for a frame or present because it is instant and cheaper than Boots, I have concluded it is poorer quality and its worth paying 9p extra in Boots for a better print. I am a semi pro, graduate photographer and my prints are properly edited in Photoshop and should print beautifully but on Asda instant booth they come out washed out and lacking detail. So much so I said I didn't want to pay for it and got them to throw it away. In Boots instant booth they… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/09/2009
We ordered wedding thank you cards from the Asda photo website. The first lot were only dispatched 7 days after order (the website promises 5-7 days from order to delivery) - however, they didn't turn up! They made us wait a week and then offered to re-do the order. Again, dispatch took 7 days and when they finally arrived, 4 days later, the print quality was very poor, colour saturation made the image really dark and they were very worn around the edges. Plus, the carton was graffitied on (not… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/08/2009
The quality of the paper and the print is excellent at asda but they are far too dark, I would say around 4 stops worth which is a HUGE amount. I've never seen it so bad anywhere else. It's annoying that I spend ages in Photoshop colouring my photos, only for them to come out completely different. They need to provide colour profiles for us to use.
Other than that the service was pretty quick and staff were fairly friendly but it is not enough to make up for so way out colours.
Avoid until… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/11/2008
The machines that do s/d and c/d photos in my local store are switched off at 3pm on sunday afternoon but the photo shop stays open till 4pm. I wanted a two day service at 3.05pm and they said the one hour service could not be done. So why not put a notice on the screen saying this instead of wasting my time driving 12 miles after making a phone call and being told the photo service was open till 4pm. I think they should train their staff to say 3pm for one hour service stops… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/10/2008
I have used ASDA twice now for developing and printing of my colour 35MM film and both times the colour saturation was way too high giving the prints a dark look. I have had my films developed at other companies and never had this problem before so I can only assume it is poor work by the operatives.
The resolution on the CD is poor, enlarging from the CD on a PC results in pixellation.
Might be an idea to just use ASDA to develop the film and get your selected prints done elsewhere or scan… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2008 by ldowding (1 review written)
I am a graphic designer and would never get my films processed on Fujifilm at Asda again. I felt the colour levels were over the top making pictures look too dark or bleached out (I have a good 35mm film camera!).
When I loaded the CD I was amazed at how poor the image quality seemed… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2008
I complained about the Asda Photo prints and over a long time i got told that the manager would get back to me nobody has contacted me i phoned up about 15 times speaking to all different people they kept on saying some body would phone me. I have now been told that nothing is being done as they cant find any record of me sending the prints back even though i sent them recorded delivery and i got told in February that they received the prints and that they signed for them - they are now… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2008 by guest 45 (1 review written)
Was not pleased with Asda photo's 3 day promise. will not be using again… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2008
Everything I ordered from ASDA Photos was of a high standard. Asda customer care is the best i have received, I found them very polite and helpful. I always receive my order on time.
I cant stand it when customers don't place their order correctly and then blame the asda staff… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/03/2008 by drraggy (1 review written)
I placed an order on asda photo's website for a poster and 2 prints. These were for an anniversary. Nothing arrived after a week and a half. I tried emailing them about it but it just bounced back. I phoned them up. They had no details of my order on their system. I was told to reorder. Nothing. I was told to upload the photo again and reorder. Nothing. I was told to delete the old photos and start again. Nothing. I was promised a call back regarding the issue. Nothing. And when… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2007 by john7397 (1 review written)
I used Asda to get some enlargements of pictures I was planning to frame. They certainly were quick and one of the cheapest providers I could find. As they use Fuji, I was pretty confident as I've had Fuji products before.
Unfortunately, although the print quality is good, the colour management is very poor. They don't provide an ICC profile either, so the colour and contrast you see on our screen is seldom what is printed.
I couldn't frame the pictures due to the severe colour difference, and… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/03/2007 by Brian B (1 review written)
The equipment and the paper quality (Fuji crystal archive type II) are good. The variances in print quality however can sometimes be quite drastic. This I've found out is simply dependant on the lab operator(s), who generally have a lot of control over the prints that come into their hands. Which brings me to the Asda Barrow Photo Centre, I've been quite impressed by some of the work there, and it's quite simply because of their main lab operator. And here I'll stop my story. All I can say is… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/06/2005 by bujjibaji (2 reviews written)
ASDA Photos are the best prints you can ever get… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/12/2004 by David009 (1 review written)
Asda have stopped doing 12x10 & 15x10 on the digital prints and the staff have now idea why.
I met a young lady working Fuji in the store and gave her my details some weeks ago and she said Fuji would get back to me in about a week, 2 months ago, and I'm still waiting for a reason… Read Full Review