I explored a few companies (including one that had just been founded when I was testing all those printing services) that allow you to upload a digital photo, have it matted, framed and delivered to your door in a matter of days. After the first framed photo arrived in the mail, I knew I’d never go back to just plain old prints.
Below, a look at a few companies that offer printing and framing. And for those who just want a few prints to pin to a cubicle wall or post on a refrigerator, I’ve included some apps and websites that will print your photos for less than a dime and, in some cases, free (though you pay for shipping).
The process is easy. I began by clicking the “start framing” button. Then it was time to upload a photo and crop it. The photo sizes you’re offered are based on your photo’s resolution. (If you already have a print and want it framed, Framebridge will send you prepaid packaging so you can ship it to them.)
Now it’s time to choose a frame. If you want some advice, one of the site’s designers will suggest some mat-and-framing.
Read entire article here:https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/25/travel/travel-photography-prints-online-mat-frame.html