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LTD.RUN Makes Printing Photos as Posters as Easy as a Few Clicks


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What is your process for quickly printing out a piece of your work? If you currently use a website to get the job done then it probably involves uploading your images, surfing through menus, making adjustments, selecting paper types, and more – quite a lengthy process. Now, LTD.RUN is here to make printing as simple as possible. Simply visit the website, upload your photograph, and you are good to go.

Designer and developer Sam Margalit is the mind behind the site. His goal is to make the process of printing as easy as possible. All poster prints are created using an Epson Stylus Pro 7900 printer and heavyweight Epson Enhanced Matte Paper. If you opt for a frame, LTD.RUN uses a shatter-resistant Acrylite front protector to keep your work safe.

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The company’s website is simple and elegant. You are immediately presented with an area to ‘drag and drop’ or ‘upload’ your image. Next, click the button in the upper left-hand corner to toggle between various ratio and size options. Once you are satisfied, just click the order button.

The posters themselves are printed in Los Angeles, California and with the process taking 2-7 days. LTD.RUN notes that you should expect your print in about two weeks if you live in the United States and a couple days more if shipping internationally.

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There are three sizes for poster prints including 16”x16”, 20”x16”, and 16”x20”. All prints cost $18 with a shipping rate of around $8 within the United States. International shipping prices can vary widely depending on your location. If you opt to add a frame to your print the cost will increase from $18 to $64; at this time, only black wooden frames are offered.

While LTD.RUN may not feature the lowest prices on the market, its unique and minimal site make printing a breeze. Head on over to the website if you’d like to check out the process for yourself.

(via LTD.RUN via Reddit)