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StickyGram Instagram Photo Magnets review

on Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
Posted in: Camera Gear, Reviews

Instagram has become quite a phenomenon in the past few years, with millions of photos being posted to it every day.  Its users range from from serious, professional photographers with expensive and complicated DSLR cameras to casual, out-and-about snappers with smartphones always at the ready.  Although acquired by Facebook in 2012, Instagram has thus far remainedRead More…

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Aluminyze Photo Printing review

on Thursday, February 14th, 2013

“If a picture speaks a thousand words… Aluminyze leaves you speechless!” announced the Aluminyze website.  It is precisely what you think:  your photos are printed on a sheet of aluminum.  Huh?  Why?  Aluminyze says that their aluminum prints are durable, beautiful, and make great gifts.  I had a corner of my office that needed someRead More…


Transform Your Photos into Aluminum Art with Aluminyze

on Thursday, October 11th, 2012
Posted in: Camera Gear, News

A lot of families like to give photos of their children to the grandparents as holiday gifts, and Aluminyze  has a unique photo product that is the perfect gift.  Instead of paper, Aluminyze infuses your images on a thin, solid sheet of aluminum.  Vibrant colors make your photo come alive, and the aluminum means yourRead More…


RocketLife Photo Mug Review

on Monday, October 3rd, 2011
Posted in: Camera Gear, Gear, Reviews

RocketLife online printing service allows you to create photobooks, mugs, calendars, mousepads, cards, and a variety of other prints and keepsake photo gifts.  I was happy to give their service a try when they offered The Gadgeteer the opportunity to customize one of their photo mugs.  Read on to learn how my mug turned out andRead More…


Share Your Photos with Shutterfly Wink

on Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Shutterfly has just launched Wink, a photo printing service that allows you to print your photos from a social networking site (Facebook or Flickr) or from your iPhone.  Instead of normal 4X6 prints, which sometimes are too large for the resolution of camera phone pictures or those stored on an internet site, you’ll get a “photostrip”Read More…