Originally Posted by setishock
However if it doesn't do pictures justice, you can always put your pics on a USB stick and take them to Kinko's. Be cheaper than letting a ink printer sit a long time between jobs and the ink dries up.
The good photo kiosks don't even use actual ink anyway. The one we had at the store I worked at in high school, used what looked like colored cellophane. It transferred it with heat, and was safe to touch right out of the printer as it didn't need to dry or anything. Sorta like how laser printers work..but intead of powder it was a cellophane type material. Not sure if that's how most kiosks do it, or just the Sony one we had.