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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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YDL and MailPix Partner

We’re excited to share some home news today: Your Digital Life is pairing up with the online print service MailPix. We have become a MailPix affiliate (as you can see from the ad above) and select pieces of YDL content will be used on the MailPix blog. You can read the full press release on […]

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Polaroid Opens Fotobars for Turning Your Photos Into Art

Polaroid Opens Fotobars for Turning Your Photos Into Art

Sure, the one hour photo lab of old is long extinct, but Polaroid is back with a 21st century take: the¬†Fotobar. Step inside a Fotobar and you’ll be able to transform your photos into a wide variety of wall art — from metal prints to posters, framed canvases, acrylic prints, bamboo prints and even photos-on-Lucite. […]

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Fujifilm Shows Off Next-Gen Photo Kiosk

While photo kiosks have used touch-screens for some time now, Fujifilm has introduced a new model that uses Microsoft’s Surface – a “smart” display that lets you manipulate your images much like a tablet display (with finger flicks, pinches, etc.). You load photos into the kiosk just as you always would, using a USB drive, […]

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Are Black & White Photos Getting More Expensive?

If you like to print your photos in black and white, there’s some bad news on the horizon. Ilford, makers of black-and-white photo papers announced they’re raising the price of their Monochrome Papers by 20 percent. It’s not clear whether Ilford’s customers (photo labs and other professional printers) are going to pass along those price […]

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Reserve Kiosks Space at 30 Minute Photos

Hate lines? Love photo kiosks? Well 30 Minute Photos in Irvine, California has set up a rather clever solution: you can reserve a time slot at one of their Kodak Picture Kiosks online. If you’ve got a particularly high-trafficked kiosk location at your local retailer, maybe you could suggest they implement their own reservation system.

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Ritz & Wolf Camera Kiosks Link to Facebook

Customers of Ritz and Wolf Camera & Image stores across the country may have noticed a new feature when using a store photo kiosk this month – a connection to Facebook. According the Lucidiom, the company that provides kiosk software used by Ritz and Wolf Camera, the “Facebook Connect” feature has been rolled out in […]

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Photo Printing: Where's the Best Place to Do Your Photo Printing?

Photo Printing: Where's the Best Place to Do Your Photo Printing?

These days, you have plenty of choices when it comes to photo printing. You can lounge back and order them online and have them mailed home. You can stroll into your local pharmacy or big box store and drop a memory card into a kiosk and have your photos printed instantly. Or you can make […]

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Are Retail Photo Prices Going Up?

Fujifilm announced last month that it was raising the price it charged for its photo paper from anywhere between five and 20%. That’s not the price Fuji charges you the consumer, but the price Fuji charges its business customers.¬†Fujifilm supplies photo paper to a wide number of clients, including many retail outlets like Wal-Mart, for […]

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Calculate Your Print Costs

Deciding where to print your photos – at home, online, in a retail store – often boils down to a question of convenience. But cost matters too, and here it’s often quite difficult to know where you’re getting the best deal. Well, the wise minds at How To Geek have made it somewhat easier to […]

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