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Photo Paper Sale

Photo Paper Sale

20% off 190gsm Satin / Gloss Photo Paper

20% off 250gsm Satin Photo Paper

Coupon Code: dts14gh78

Only while stock lasts

Free Print Friday via Google +

Every now and again, we give away a free photo print using Google + social network.

Everyone has a chance to take part. All you need to do is keep watch on Google + and place a comment on the post using your Google + account and live in Australia or another country we deliver too.

We randomly choose a person for this free print the following day.

The random person chosen receives a 16″

Affiliate Program

As of 1/7/14, Dots to Spots Affiliate Program has been terminated.

Thank you everyone who has taken part in this program.

If you have any questions, please contact us for more information.

Dots to Spots

Melbourne PhotoWalk with Trey Ratcliff 11/01/13

Dots To Spots supported the Melbourne Photo Walk with Trey Ratcliff.
Date: 11/01/13 Location: Federation Square

Congratulations Steven Wright for receiving the most votes and coming first place.

Congratulations Kelvin Morrison for receiving the second most votes and coming second place.

Photo Entries
Melbourne Photo Walkers

The best two images of the evening won prints of their photos. A 20″ x 40″ for the winner, with a 16″ x 20″ print for the runner up. Both printed on 250gsm Satin Photo Paper.Kelvin Morrison_0Steven Wright_0

Melbourne Sunset Walk 13/10/12

On Saturday 13/10/12, the Sunset Walk will be proudly sponsored by Dots to Spots. We’re putting up an A1 print on 250gsm paper for the best shot of the evening and offering a 25% discount on any and all orders made by participants in the event. We’re looking forward to a great walk, and hope to see a ton of terrific photos.

Congratulations Locky Downing on winning the best shot for the evening.

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All About Scuba Annual Awards Night Raises $1,000

We were very happy to support All About Scuba on their annual awards night by giving away a 16″x24″ canvas print in the raffle.

They raised $1,000. All money raised went to Project AWARE which is a growing movement of scuba divers protecting the ocean planet