I am choosing to share my experiences with my readers by my own choosing. Snapfish has not asked me to do a review, nor have they contacted me about doing a review.
Snapfish is a photo processing company that offers some great deals. I recently took advantage of those deals. I ordered several poster size prints, many 5x7's and about 150 4x6's.
My orders were processed fairly quickly, however the standard shipping was quite slow.
I first received some of my 4x6's and 5x7's. These turned out alright, but they were cropped poorly. Several of the photos were cropped enough to make the picture useless. I quickly contacted customer service and was happy that the customer service rep was able to credit my account for the photos that I needed to re-order as well as shipping. I learned that if I wanted to ensure that my photos were cropped the way I wanted them to be, that I would have to crop each one individually.
Well, the next day I received two of my posters. One was a nice 11x14 collage, and one was an 11x14 picture. I was extremely disappointed. These two photos were so pixelated (if that is a word) that Gavin's glasses looked like zig-zags around his eyes. They were very poor quality! I reached customer service again, but didn't have as good of experience this time. The customer service rep credited me for the two posters, but did not give me a shipping credit. The C.S. rep told me I would have to contact them again and ask for a refund. This C.S. rep said to use the poster preview to ensure that the poster would look good. I did this, and I found no pixelation in the preview. I have ordered re-prints but haven't received them yet.
Well, yesterday I received my 99 digital 4x5.3's. Since I use a digital camera, the website alerted me that there would be cropping if I chose 4x6 size images, so I went with the digital standard size. I am the MOST disappointed with these photos. Every single photo is terrible quality. My digital images are not poor quality... but all of these photos have terrible pixelation on any edge. Edges of faces are choppy, straight lines look like zig-zags, it is just terrible. I haven't tried contacting customer service about this batch because frankly, I am just so disappointed. I don't have high hopes for my replacement images either.
So..if you choose Snapfish, be careful. Don't spend much because it probably isn't worth it.
Have you used Snapfish? What was your experience like?