In terms of color quality, I found that I really liked the vibrant colors that the print lab at school had to offer, however, seeing as they print on 8.5×11 paper, albeit good-quality paper, it seems a little tedious to have to cut it down to the right size. CVS and Target had thin, wispy paper-quality, but they had rich color quality. As expected, the professional print was the best quality print overall. The paper was definitely a bit heavier, giving it more of a high-quality feel. Because it wasn’t printed glossy, as discussed in class, the texture of the paper added character not present in the commercial glossy prints.