What services can I use to store and print my digital pictures?
This page contains a listing of services used to store digital photos online, share their photos with their friends and family, create prints, and more. There are also hundreds of other online services that allow you to store your pictures and photos online.
Following is a listing of some of the major online digital picture services. Many of these services offer a free location for you to upload your digital pictures and share them with friends. If you're wanting hard copies or prints of your pictures, you may want to view the prices for prints and try printing a few before committing to one service.
Shutterfly is an excellent destination for users who want to store, share, and print their photos. Shutterfly allows you to upload as many pictures as you want, touchup with their software, choose various sizes, and choose to print to books, mouse pads, CDs, etc.
Another excellent online service, Snapfish is a Hewlett Packard company that also allows users to store and share their photos online. They also offer a free software program to manipulate photos, and the ability for users to order prints.
Another great site and service that enables you to post, store, share, and print your digital photos.
Flickr and Yahoo Photos
The most popular community for posting and sharing your digital pictures. Flickr, now a service of Yahoo is an excellent location to store and share your photos for free. Once posted you and others you give rights to can also print and make other stuff such as cards, books, calendars, stamps, and other great products with your pictures.
Many local retailers have online solutions that work with services previously mentioned allowing you to upload your digital photos and then picked up at a local store. Following is a listing of some of these services.
Like many of the above services Walmart allows users unlimited storage of their digital photos providing they order a minimum of one print a year. However, unlike the services mentioned above Walmart allows users to upload or e-mail their digital photos and pick them up the same day. You can also choose to print your photos on mousepads, t-shirts, books, playing cards, and more.
Target has teamed up with Flickr, Shutterfly, and Kodak Gallery (all mentioned above) to have photos sent to local Target stores for pickup, often within a few hours in all stores.
Other retail stores
All small and large companies that handle film or pictures are now capable of reading your digital pictures and processing them. Many companies have booths or customer service representatives that can help get your pictures from your digital cameras, flash cards, or CD for printing.