Get your shots into the real world using these global photographic sites.
Quality optics and imaging is synonymous with Lumia devices. So much is the respect that professional photographers regularly use them in the field.
And you’re doing it, too. Every month we select our favourite shots and think how great some of these would be framed on the walls of our HQ.
However, with huge amounts of local and cloud storage now on offer, creating a physical form of your photography might not spring to mind.
There are, however, a number of online printing companies that offer quick turnaround, affordable prices and even professional archival quality. Just transfer your chosen pics to your computer and use the upload tools for each of these; a few of our global favourites.
Based in the USA but able to ship to more than 100 countries around the world, Shutterfly is a great-looking site that’s simple to use with a huge variety of printing options.
As well as prints, posters, blocks and plaques, this service will also print 4×4 or 8×8 Instagram photos you’ve taken with your Lumia.
Prices are some of the cheapest we’ve seen online (as little as $USD 0.15 per print) and owners of 20MP and 41MP-toting Lumias will love the 20x30cm large-format printing option.
In reality, Moo.com is a card-printing service, but if you want your mobile photography emblazoned on letterheads, business cards, postcards, stickers and labels, there are few that do it better.
Shipping is global and some countries are privy to next-day delivery. As a rough guide (the site is always running price promotions), individual postcards can cost as little as 24p, while you can pick up a 90-strong StickerBook for less than £4.
With international shipping and a mobile version to view your albums, Snapfish is versatile. Our favourite service is the photobook option, which allows you to create professional-looking hard, soft, leather or linen-bound tomes from your photos.
Sizes range from 15x10cm to 38x29cm, so a real range for all needs. Snapfish also offers a range of image-editing tools, which can be used to fine-tune your pics before ordering them.
Alternatively, make use of Creative Studio before uploading. At the time of writing you could also receive 20 free prints with your first order.
Do you use a photo-printing service, or are you happy keeping everything digital? We’d love to know in the comments, below.