September 24, 2016 Leave a comment Amazon launches cheap photo printing service By Mark Jones, Komando.com Your family photos are priceless. Technology has made it easier than ever to capture that perfect moment to remember forever. Picture taking has come a long way, whether you're using your powerful camera on your smartphone or you have a professional quality camera. They're both great options.There are also a number of great ways to store your pictures, from the old-fashioned photo album to keeping them digitally in the cloud. Now, Amazon is getting into the photo business. Amazon recently introduced its new photo-printing service called Amazon Prints. The new service has very competitive prices, with the cost of printed photos starting at 9 cents each. The cost of a photo book starts at $19.99.Amazon Prints is another feature that Prime members will love. Prime members already have free photo storage from the site, which makes it very convenient to task Amazon with printing their pictures and photo books.If you are not an Amazon Prime member, you need to sign up for Amazon Drive to get unlimited storage of files, photos and videos. Amazon Drive costs $59.99 per year but there is a free 30-day trial being offered if you want to try it out. For an extra $40 per year, customers may choose to sign up for Prime to take advantage of the extra benefits.Prices for Amazon PrintsHere is a breakdown of prices for Amazon Prints:4x6 prints - 9 cents each5x7 - $.58 each8x10 - $1.79 eachPhoto books - start at $19.99Amazon says an option to order stationery and calendars will also be coming soon. Please share this information with everyone. Just click on any of these social media buttons. Email Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Source: TIME Amazon Amazon Photo photo printing photos Pictures BREAKING NEWS, TIPS, AND MORE LIKED WHAT YOU READ? GET MORE IN YOUR INBOX FREE. Stay up-to-date the easy way. SIGN ME UP! Previous Happening Now New fuel alternative eliminates gas - but it's not what you think Next Happening Now Nike revolutionizes how you tie your shoes Related Articles Clever Amazon trick to get free shipping 9 best photo apps for your iPhone or iPad 9 Amazon Prime perks you’re probably not using Amazon vs. Walmart - Who’s cheaper?