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Prinstagram Prints Out Instagram Photos for You to Keep in Your Pocket

by Hazel Chua
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I remember back in the day how sparingly most people took photos with their film cameras because: a) shots were limited, and b) it was relatively expensive to have photos developed. Never mind the fact that you didn’t know how they were going to come out.

That was then. Now fast forward to today, where people are taking photos like mad thanks to digital photography. Most devices now come with built-in cameras, from laptops to tablets and smartphones, like Apple’s ever-popular iPhone. The current reigning photo-sharing app on the iPhone is (in my opinion) Instagram. Aside from letting you post your photos to Facebook and Twitter, you can also add some pretty cool effects and filters to transform how your shots look. Plus, it’s free, so really, nothing to complain about there.

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But if you’re a bit old school and want to be able to take some of your best Instagram shots around with you, or hang up posters of the prints in your room, then you’re in luck because that’s what Prinstagram is looking to offer you.

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Choose the shots you want to keep forever, then have them printed out on a poster, mini print, mini book, or tiny book.

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Or if you’re the playful type, then print them out on stickers instead. Prinstagram prices range from $10 to $25, so they’re still pretty affordable, since you get concrete versions of your best memories in exchange for that amount.

[via Dvice]

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