Set Your Photos Free…
Our phones have become integral parts of our everyday lives. We use them to communicate, as calendars, clocks and most importantly as cameras. We as culture take more photos now than at any time since the advent of photography. But our photos seam to get stuck in these little handheld devices. Let us help you set your photos free! We offer many ways to print your photos, from our Premium Prints and enlargements to mugs, Mouse Pads, Metal Prints and TruCanvas™ Canvas Wraps we have many options to help you create tangible hold in your hands or give as gifts photographs… Many of these products are also available in Instagram friendly square format options.
There are a number of ways to print photos from your iOS or Android devices. You can download them to your computer (or email them to yourself) and order on our online ordering site, come into our store with your phone and cable and plug into our ordering kiosks or click the button below on your phone or tablet to launch our mobile ordering site.
We do not charge any additional fees for prints from your phones or tablets when you place your orders in any of the ways listed above.
Prices are being updated.
Prints can also be made from emailed files but are billed at our special handling rate (see Premium Prints page for information) to offset the additional labor and time that to takes to produce your photos.
Please note, our ordering system gives you a warning if you try to print an image that is too small. This usually happens if you try to print an image you received as a text message or in the body of an email and then saved it into your camera roll or when you try to crop into an image to much.
The little RED circle with an X in it means your print quality will suffer at that size!
A GREEN CHECK MARK means you’re okay.
In our opinion the best and easiest way to order from your mobile devices is to save the images to your computer and use our online ordering system or save them to a flash drive and come in and use our kiosks. You’ve got greater control and image tools using those options than using the mobile app (although it works too, just not as many tools).