mpix.com came highly recommended for high quality photo prints for non-professionals. | While I have a few photo labs I like, I want to remember mpix. | Their quality is way better than box store labs like Sam's, Costco, Walmart, etc.
Are you overwhelmed by all of your digital and/or printed photos? I'm going to spend the next few months getting 10 years' worth of my photos organized, backed up, and framed or made into books so that we can actually enjoy them. I'll be sharing my step by step process and tips in a series of blog posts. Come and join in the fun!
One of the most common questions I get is "How do I print pictures in the perfect size for my project?". There are so many programs you can use to customize your photo size, I wanted to share instructions that would be universal for all computer users. Here are the step by step instructions for printing your desired images in any size: For PC Users in Microsoft Office: 1. Open a new document in Microsoft Word. 2. On the menu bar, select Insert->Image->From File (a window will open and…
Easy and cheap way to backup & print all of your iPhone photos. Comparisons of different programs and examples for a no-fuss process. Do something with those thousands of photos you have saved and make room for more!
You can get giant prints called "engineer prints" at Staples for $4.99. We called around locally to see what we could find. Our local Kinko's had a similar giant photo copy option called a "blueprint copy". I also heard from a reader that they are sometimes called "draft prints". These prints are only .75 per square foot.