60 prints and over are just 15¢ a photo for the 4 x 6 size.
5 x 7 prints are just 5¢ extra per print.
(April 19th to 25th) (Excluding instant prints from the digital printing booth.)
Jean Coutu employees are trained to take photos that meet all current requirements. Whether it be for your passport, health insurance card, or any other official document, we’ve got you covered.Learn more
Want to print your favourite photo on something unique? Jean Coutu can help. A calendar, greeting cards, a canvas, a tote bag: let your creativity run wild!
Includes 12 returns (plus 4 additional returns for modest income taxpayers).
Macro lens is good for taking close-up photos. Wide angle lens is good for taking large range photos. Compatible with most mobile phones.
Selfies are the photo trend of the year. We love them because it’s easy to use them as profile pictures on social networks and share them by email and via Instagram. They’re also handy for taking photos of yourself without anyone else’s help. To snap great selfies, just follow this guide. Read
Expecting a baby? What could be more beautiful than carrying another life? Here are six tips to capture your pregnancy in photos, for memories that will last a lifetime. Read
Of course, the zoom allows you to get closer to your subject and capture their natural self... But using it indoors can also provide you with many options in terms of framing and originality. Read
According to specialized real estate sites, including photos with your ad multiplies your number of views by 10. Well thought-out photos will allow you to stand out, seduce potential buyers and attract visitors in no time at all. Read
With all that digital technology has to offer, photos tend to rapidly amass on your computer’s hard drive and memory cards. To ensure that you don’t lose any of your precious photographs, choose simple, lasting and safe storage solutions. Read
Are your photos too light or too dark? Look no further: the problem is your camera’s exposure. Exposure relates to the amount of light that reaches your camera’s sensor. To get the right exposure, you have to know how to measure the light and achieve the right balance. Follow these useful tips! Read