In 2004, Flickr was one of the first companies to make it easy to store and share your digitized photos online. Now nine years later, Flickr wants you to take those photos and put them back on paper with their brand new photo book service. Though this is in no way a new idea, it’s great to see a company like Flickr promoting the benefits of print.
According to Flickr’s website, your photos will be printed on heavy stock photo Lustre paper. If you’ve never heard of Lustre paper, it’s a paper finish that gives you the color saturation of glossy, the fingerprint resistance of matte, all without the glare associated with glossy papers.
You can try out Flickr’s new photo book service here.