My favorite photo processor just got even better. Sit tight and let me tell you the story of myLove for myPhotopipe.com – then we’ll get to the new FolioPrints.
When family, friends or anybody asks me where they should get there photos developed, I tell them to go to myPhotopipe.com. The response I usually get is “huh”? After I explain to them that it’s a website that you can upload your digital images to – just like Kodak EasyShare Gallery – it generally clicks (no pun intended) with them.
The thing I like the most about myPhotopipe.com is when I edit an image on my iMac, I send it to myPhotopipe.com and get the same thing back in a physical print (e.g., color, exposure, contrast, etc.). I’ve tried other services – a lot of other services. In fact, a couple of years ago, I took a single image, edited it and uploaded it to maybe a dozen different services. I tried everything from the cheap processors like Kodak, Shutterfly, Snapfish and York Photo to more “pro” services like Mpix and myPhotopipe. I got all the prints back, spread them across the table and started the process of elimination to find the best of the bunch. [Read more...]