Prints & More

Printing from a Smartphone

We can help you order prints and creative products from your smartphone in no time! Choose from a wide variety of print sizes and products just for your smartphone pictures.


Easy Printing From Smartphones + Tablets

Well, there’s an app for that! Visit the iTunes App Store and search for Photo Pro To-Go.  It is so easy to get prints, and just as easy to save your favorite iPhone images to an album where you can archive your images online, share albums, and save pictures where they are easy to find for creating projects all year long.


If you don't have an iPhone, no problem! Upload your photos from your device to our Digital DropBox. From here, you can order prints, cards, gift items & more! If you need help, bring your smartphone into the store, and we can help you get prints and creative products in no time.  Prints are one of the safest and most cost effective ways to back up digital pictures - and you will never have to wonder if the format will be readable years from now. Click HERE for print prices.


We have a wide variety of print sizes and products just for your smartphone pictures. Come in and see what’s new!


Tips to Become a Better Smartphone Photographer

1. It's all about the light. Early morning and late evening light can turn the most boring subject matter into the most spectacular!
 
2. Don’t use digital zoom. If you want to get close, zoom with your feet for the highest quality results.
 
3. Shoot what you like. Silence your inner critic and shoot what appeals to you. When the voice inside your head tells you to take a picture - take one!
 
5. Edit, edit, edit. Your audience doesn’t want to see all 5,024 shots of your vacation. Don’t share everything. Post and share only the best, and your social audience will grow.


When Your Smartphone Just isn't Smart Enough... #getarealcamera

Even though your smartphone takes good pictures and is always with you, we recommend using your "REAL" camera in these situations:

(-) when it isn’t possible to get close to the subject

(-) anytime you are photographing fast action

(-) taking photos in low light situations or with a flash

(-) when the camera needs to fire instantly to get the shot

(-) anytime you know you want a really big print or need the ability to crop later