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Order and print your digital photos in store!
At our self-serve photo labs, you can touch up and print your photos in a matter of seconds.
Our touchscreen-enabled photo labs are very easy to use, and the download time is very short.
Have a lot of photos that need printing? Take advantage of discounts when you send your photos to our lab and come pick them up in-store a few days later!
Pay and go! Our photo lab offers 4" x 6" and wallet-sized prints.
There’s a thousand and one ways to display and print your photos!
Choose from a variety of printing options: poster calendars, photo books, enlargements and much more!
Getting rid of the "red eye" look and changing the framing are child’s play thanks to our photo labs’ built-in software!
Safeguard your memories
In just a few minutes, you can save your photos to a CD, DVD or one of our Heritage USB keys, available at our photo lab.
Compact FlashTM (Type I, II, UDMA)
xD-Picture CardTM (Type M, M+, H)
Memory StickTM (PRO, Duo)
Memory Stick Micro (M2)
SDHC, SDHC UHS-1, SDXC, SDXC UHS-1
Memory Stick PRO Duo
CD-R or DVD
Get rid of the "red eye" look, change the framing, or zoom in on what’s important!
You can upload your photos, no matter what their size, and choose the size and print medium online. Then, you can come pick up your order a few days later at your neighbourhood Jean Coutu
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