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To download the photos put your mouse at the left edge of a photo and you'll see a download link.

Let me guess: you've just been and put your mouse over a thumbnail, looking for a link :).

Printing photos
Apart from the crowd shots these photos are cropped to fit the common 6x4" (15x10cm) size. That's a 3:2 aspect ratio - the photos are 3 units wide and 2 units high (thus 1 unit = 2" for a 6x4" print).

The crowd shots look pretty awful in that format so I've done them in a 16:9 aspect ratio. If you want to print these in a 6x4" size you'll need a Don't crop/Shrink to fit/No crop option which prints the photo without losing anything. This page gives a visual example.

Snapfish doesn't offer this option and IMHO their options for printing photos are very limited. They also compress your photos when you upload them (I tested this in 2007) which means a loss of quality.

Frogprints (go to the link above) offers a wide range of print options, high quality prints, and the No Crop option. Personally I only use Frogprints unless image quality is irrelevant. They are the only photo I printer I know of which enables you to set your monitor so that what you see is what you get in the prints, and that says a lot.
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