Pics hanging on my people wall at work, taken with cell phone
I never tire of that pun. I probably use it about 10 times when I'm waiting on a print order to be delivered. If anything, I'm a creature of habit.
There are probably people reading this that haven't had a print made in a long time. I encourage you to change that. You get a new perspective of a photograph when you can hold it, or place it in a book, or even hang it on a wall.
Recently I decided it would be a good idea to put some photos on my wall at work. It is nice, I like having them there.
The prints were made at Mpix. They do a good job. The only parts I don't like about using them is shipping "feels" expensive compared to my actual order, and waiting sucks. But most of the local choices don't seem to do nearly as well. I have tested a number of them. For pictures taken with my SLRs I tend to have 6x9 prints made. These keep the original aspect ratio, and are much easier to find places for than 8x12 prints. I then mount them on foam board. They are hung using 3M's picture hangers.
I also found a way to get an acceptable print out of my cell phone images. I used a script that upscaled the resolution in small steps. Obviously, this probably isn't appropriate for finely detailed images, but does well for the types of images I make with the phone. I will soon have a an 8x10 of my shopping cart image hanging on my "thing" wall at work.
If you haven't made any prints in a while, go do so!