The photos we take now aren't like the photos we took 20 years ago — they're stored on our phones or computers and rarely looked at after we post them to social media. That beings said, there is a photo every now and then that deserves a special place on the mantle or side table. If you're looking to get your photos printed for an album, collage, or whatever, then check out these services!

Nations Photo Lab

Nations Photo Lab is PCMag's top pick and it certainly deserves a place at the top of this list. It does it all: photo albums, photo books, wall decor, cards, and more.

Average price for a 4x6 print is 27 cents, but if you join up, you can get your first 25 4x6 prints for 8 cents apiece. You can even get luxury photo albums for $99 (like leatherbound and the works!). Nations Photo Lab support TIFF files, packages things well, and its print quality is some of the best around (if not the best*).

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Snapfish

Snapfish is all about value. You can get 4x6 photos printed for 9 cents apiece. Unlike many other online services, you can pick your photos up locally. You can also share slideshows online, and order and view things via its mobile app.

You can start multiple projects on the Snapfish website, and get everything printed, from calendars to canvas prints to wall decor and tons of photo gifts, like mugs, notebooks, phone cases, jewelry, and way more. If you're looking to give your photos away in as many creative ways as possible, then Snapfish is a great option for you.

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Shutterfly

Hey, if Ellen approves, then it's gotta be good, right? Shutterfly provides high-quality prints at decent prices (15 cents per 4x6 photo), and it has a massive selection of printed gifts to choose from. My in-laws have used Shutterfly a few times for Christmas cards, and they've always turned out beautifully.

Shutterfly has free unlimited photo storage, and if you sign up when you visit its website, you'll get 50 free 4x6 photos, a free magnet, and a free set of address labels. If you're looking for wedding invites, birthday cards, Christmas cards, birth announcements, or really a photo card for any occasion, Shutterfly has you covered. There's even a dedicated wedding section of the website, which is well-laid-out and fairly decently priced if you have upcoming nuptials.

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Parabo Press

Parabo Press is a lovely service if you're looking to get images or photos printed to use as art. Our own Mikah Sargent uses Parabo all the time, to the point where he's created an entire photo wall with Parabo Press prints. Parabo is great if you want to save the images you share on social media; right now you can get your top 20 Instagram photos of yesteryear in a soft cover photo book! You can even get a set of your best 25 for free right now in square 4-inch prints.

Here's where Parabo Press isn't exactly for everyone: 4x6 prints start at $8 apiece. Now, before you completely discount the site, photos are printed on extra thick matte paper, so they're made to last and won't collect fingerprints the way glossy prints will. Find your favorite images or photos and litter your walls with bespoke art! Framed prints start at $39.

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AdoramaPix

Like Nations Photo Lab, AdoramaPix's claim to fame is its high image quality. You can upload photos from social media, perform some light photo editing on its website, upload TIFF files, share slideshows online, and take advantage of ordering on the go with its app.

4x6 photos start at 27 apiece and its pricing for larger photos is quite a bit better than other services on this list ($11.99 for a 16x20 print). While AdoramaPix doesn't offer the selection of gifts and decor that other services offer, it does provide you with beautiful images at great prices.

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Walgreens Photo

If you're looking for a quick and convenient way to get your images printed, then Walgreens photo is one of your best bets for drugstore-level printing. Pricing starts at 29 cents apiece for 4x6 photos, and you can pick them up at the Walgreen's of your choosing. Just go online, order through the order form, upload your images, and away you go.

While Walgreens photo quality doesn't quite measure up to other services on this list, it does offer one of the quickest turnaround times out of any service, and there's likely a Walgreens near you no matter where you are. Pricing is a little expensive by comparison, but if you need your images or photos printed quickly, this is your best option. You can also perform some basic photo editing on the Walgreens site.

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What do you use?

Do you have a favorite online photo printing service that you like to use? Let us know in the comments below!