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Order Photo Merchandise from Your Phone With Hellopics

Tired of Shutterfly? Give Hellopics a try.

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CameraAce App Adds Photo Printing

The Android photo app CameraAce has just added photo printing to its list of features. Using CameraAce, you can send your favorite snapshots to your local Target for printing (the app can use your location to automatically suggest a nearby Target store for printing). The app supports image cropping, print orders up to 20 in […]

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What to Look for in Your Next Photo Printer

What to Look for in Your Next Photo Printer

You may not believe it, but the best way to preserve a digital photo for generations is to print it out at home. While there’s no sense in printing every photo you snap, a good home printer is a wise investment if you want to preserve some of your precious photographic memories. Printer technology may […]

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Three Mistakes You Make with Your Photos — And How to Fix Them

1. You take too many. It’s only natural. It costs you nothing to take a photo and with our camera memory cards and phones offering generous storage, there’s no obvious reason to ease up on the shutter. But you should. Taking tons of photos creates all kinds of problems for you, both short term and […]

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Make Free Prints from Your Smartphone Photos

Are photos piling up on your smartphone? Why not print them? Better still, why not print them for free? It sounds too good to be true, but the app “Free Prints” promises to do just that. Simply load the app (which debuted for the iPhone but has just recently launched for both Android and Windows […]

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Pixelist Will Hand Paint Your Digital Photos and Instagrams in Oil Paint

Want to turn your photo into a work of art? A new service called Pixelist promises to transform your photos (and Instagrams) into a hand-painted beauty worthy of any mantle piece. The service is new and currently soliciting orders on Indiegogo. Basically, you email your image to the Pixelist, select a size, preferred color palette […]

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Canon Introduces Two New Printers

If you’re in the market for a new printer, Canon has just pulled back the curtain on two new all-in-one models that might be of interest. First up is the PIXMA MG 3520 ($80, pictured above). It offers built-in Wi-Fi and supports wireless printing from Android and Apple devices. It prints at 9.9 pages per […]

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Make a Collage on Canvas at CanvasWorld

Canvas prints are a great way to show off your digital memories and a relatively¬†new (as of the spring) service from CanvasWorld has nice twist on the standard canvas print — the canvas collage. The CanvasWorld collage can fit up to six photos onto a canvas. You’ll get a choice of eight possible layouts (your […]

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Why You Should Print (Some) of Your Photos

When digital cameras were first introduced, many people predicted that it wouldn’t be long before the photo print followed the horse-and-buggy into the realm of historical¬†curiosity. And while it’s true that people don’t print as many photos as they used to, they’re still printing. In fact, there are new print services popping up all the […]

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Piccolo Automatically Prints Only the Photos You Share, Every Month

While fewer people print photos these days, the sheer number of images we capture continues to climb sharply (the research firm InfoTrends pegs our daily snapping at 266 million photos a day). Still, storing photos in the cloud or on external hard drive alone isn’t the ideal way to preserve your photos for the truly […]

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