How to place large orders on dotphoto

iPhone 8, 8Plus, and X coversOne of the most frequent questions our customers ask is, “How large is the largest order?” About 1000 photos at a time, which, if you’re a club member and use the Reader Reward in every newsletter, only costs 7.6 cents per 4×6 print including shipping.

ADDING ALBUMS TO YOUR CART
Most large orders include adding entire albums at a time. From the album page, note that each album tells you how many photos are in the album in the upper right corner of the first photo. In the example here, one album has 135 photos and another has 15 photos.

  1. Select the albums you want to add by tapping the select box under the album.
  2. Tap the Shop button in the left column
  3. If you are ordering prints, tap the Prints button and the size of the print you want.

ORGANIZING YOUR PHOTOS
If you would like special organization for your photos, you can label them with numbers, codes or names, and then use the back-printing procedure to print those codes on the back. The codes let you sort and organize as your photos as you like.  How to use Back-Printing

CHANGING THE TITLES ON THE BACK OF YOUR PHOTOS
After you upload your photos, you can change the titles that will appear on the back of your photos if you have turned on back-printing.  How to edit the titles of your photos

More info on placing large orders up to 1000 photos at a time

Author: dotphoto

Glenn Paul is President and Co-Founder of dotPhoto, which began life in 2000 as a photo printing service and now also distributes user-generated media in Flash, video and on cell phones.

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