You can have your order returned to you by just about any shipping method you want:
1. Standard delivery is free. There is no minimum charge, and no insurance charge, but there is a $4.50 order processing charge. How will your work be returned? We use United States Postal Service Priority Mail or First Class Mail delivery, which we are told should be overnight in southeastern Pennsylvania and up to about three days across the country, although there is no delivery-time guarantee by the Post Office for specific delivery times. We suggest you consider shipping heavier packages by Fedex Ground, or Fedex Express for two-day delivery for high-dollar-value orders. Our very local customers may get to meet one of us in person when we knock on their door or appear at their office, and of course, we welcome meeting anyone who wants to come pick up his or her work in person! Overseas customers will have delivery by First Class/Global Priority Mail, although we do add a $10 cost for this delivery.
2. If you want guaranteed, very fast delivery, we suggest you ask for extra-cost Fedex next afternoon shipping. Orders of up to 50 slides from electronic files will cost you $13.50 for next-weekday delivery, but we can also arrange for Saturday or Sunday Fedex delivery at a higher cost. Heavy packages will also cost more than $13.50. We must have a street address, suite or room number if used, and your telephone number for the shipping information. Fedex no longer requires a signature from you in order to leave the package at a residence.
3. You also may request any other shipping method, such as overnight UPS, DHL, or Airborne delivery at extra cost.
Photographic Specialties is no longer producing slides and transparencies. I have been self-employed for 35 years, but looking forward to retirement since my wife died five years ago. With the decline of conventional photography and the recent recession, the availability of film and chemicals as well as the volume of work has declined to such an extent that it is no longer possible to have fresh chemicals to develop film. I hope that if you still need conventional slides and transparencies, you will be able to find someone who can produce them for you. Thank you for your orders over the years.
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