BLYTH - Answered a Question by franklin (16 Nov 08 14:58)

Normally the photo's are discarded and the material recycled so if you didn't but on the ship then no way of getting access to those. I someone has a photo you want a copy of loads of inkjets printers with scanners where you could make more prints or take them into Boots or Jessops and get them to do it for you.

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Watt - Answered a Question by franklin (16 Nov 08 19:01)

Don't know about Thomson's but RCI gave us web address of photographer and we ordered a photo we had not bought at the time. Had to be done within six weeks of cruise.

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Franklin - replied to Watt (18 Nov 08 19:36)

Is it possible for you to let me have the web address of photographer please.

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Watt - replied to Franklin (18 Nov 08 19:56)

Google web address www.image.com Have just had a look and unfortunately it doesn't look like Thomson's are one of the companies they work for, but worth a try. Otherwise, why not try contacting Thomson's direct for address of their photographer. Good luck.

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Franklin - replied to Watt (19 Nov 08 14:25)

Thank you so much for your time and trouble, much appreciated.

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BLAIR - Answered a Question by franklin (11 Dec 08 20:33)

I was speaking with the ships photographer on thomson celebration a few weeks ago, re how long photos are saved, and as best i remember he said about six weeks after the cruise ended. so suggest if not too late contact thomson / tui travel shop to get in touch.

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