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Kodak Alaris Photo Kiosk

Hey Neighbors!

The winter holidays are almost over.  Now, what do you do with all those pictures you have taken?  I don't know how many pictures I have taken that are just stored on a disc, or on a computer, not to mention all the older pictures stored in bins.  I have a solution for you, Kodak Alaris Photo Kiosks allow you to print off your photos in various sizes so you can share them with friends and family.  You can also order gifts!


You can choose to make a photo book, put your photo on a coffee mug, button, create calendars or cards, there are so many options.  You can create a lasting memory with your holiday photos.

From Kodak:
The KODAK Picture Kiosk lets you make prints and enlargements in just seconds. You can make prints from your digital camera card or from other prints. You can even make prints from your camera phone. Once you upload or scan your pictures into the KODAK Picture Kiosk, you can improve your pictures with quick and easy edits like zoom and crop. Reduce red eye in just seconds. Restore color to old photos. Turn a color photo to a black and white or even sepia print. 

The kiosk was so easy to use.  I took my iPad to the local Hyvee and was able to connect through Wifi to upload my pictures.  You can also connect with Bluetooth or use an SD card.  The program walks you right through your choices.  Each step allows you to back up or start over if you have made a mistake.  For photos you receive them right there within minutes.  The photo books, mugs, etc,. take longer, but you design them and order them right there.

These is an app for your mobile phone or IOS device that allows you to connect to the kiosk.  Once downloaded you are ready to go.  You can find the App HERE.

So, with the Kodak kiosk you can easily re-size photos, remove wrinkles or red eye, crop, zoom, or use one of their other options for touching up your photos.  You will be able to restore old photos and adjust brightness or colors.

Kodak is going to send one of my neighbors a $25 GC so they too can experience what the Kodak Alaris can do.  So start looking through your pictures and download the App.

Thanks for stopping by today, At the Fence!  See you next year!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a GC for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

Wanda McHenry said…
I'll email them to family and put a few on a digital frame.
Patricia N said…
I was going to print out some copies to send to family. Old school, I know...
Miranda said…
I usually send out cards with pictures
pmj said…
I like to print the pictures out and give them to my family.
latanya t said…
I text them pictures
Unknown said…
I need to print out my pictures, I hate leaving them on the computer!

Samantha D
I'll be working on a scrapbook and giving prints to family.
Audra O'Hara

Snowflake Day Play at gmail dot com
eclairre said…
via FB. eclairre at ymail dot com
Cori Westphal said…
I have a photo album for each of my kids and that's where I'll stick our Christmas pics. That's about it!

coriwestphal at msn dot com
Angela Saver said…
I load them on my digital photo frame & I text them and/or print them for family.

andysavi.mom@gmail.com
AMY said…
I gave a few to my mom.
Coolestmommy said…
I will share with my blog and I'll make a photo album/book as well.
cman said…
I'd mail them out to family.

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