5 Go-To Photo Sites
Stop feeling guilty about the meaningful moments trapped in your hard drive. These sites make it easy to sort and share pics, so everyone can enjoy them well before the kids go to college.
Best for Gifts
The sophisticated, clean design of this site’s photo books, day planners, note cards, and other gift items puts the “keep”
in “keepsake.” You can also upload a photo of the kids and let Pinhole Press mat it, frame it, and ship it to Grandma.
Cost: One 9¾-by-7¾-inch image, matted, in an 11-by-14-inch frame, $40; accordion book with eight photos, $25; cloth-bound diary with 10 photos, $40; personalized day planner with 13 photos, $79.
Tip: Read the fine print. Some sites can use your photos to advertise or promote themselves. (You give them permission when you register.)
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