Our pictures are the most precious part of most of our scrapbook albums. So I’m sure that you take serious consideration about who is going to process and print your photos. I have recently come across ScrapbookPictures.com and I am impressed with all that they have to offer.
The first thing that peaked my interest was the amount of different sized prints you can order. They can print your photos as small as 2 X 2 inches. How fun is that? They can also do poster sizes up to 30 X 40 inches and almost everything in between.
The pricing seems to be pretty competitive at 18 cents a print, although you could find it cheaper. The shipping cost is a flat $2.00, no matter what the size of your order. So you could come out ahead by paying slightly more per print and then less on shipping compared with other online processing sites.
They allow you to change the photo to black and white or sepia. You can also add borders with over 200 choices in colors.
You are able to store an unlimited amount of photos on the site. You do need to place one photo order a year in order to keep your account active. In addition to having them store your digital photos, you can also send them your undeveloped film for processing and they will put all of those photos up on the site for you.
You can also type in notes that you would like to have printed on the back of the photo. This would be a wonderful way to remember dates and details about an event.
There is an option to have your pictures printed matte and glossy, just like other photo processors, but Scrapbook Pictures also offers a metallic printing option. I haven’t tried this yet, but when I find the right photo for a metallic print, I will be giving it a try.
You might want to give Scrapbook Pictures a try because of the great picture size options and unlimited photo storage or just to try out a metallic print. Whatever the reason, I’d love to hear about your results.
If you would like to read about more options for sharing photos online, you can check out this article.