How to Upload Photos to Mpix

by eHow Arts & Entertainment Editor ; Updated September 22, 2017

How to Upload Photos to Mpix. Digital photography has become a popular hobby. Finding a quality source to processes those prints is another story. Many professional photographers use Mpix to get quality prints. Mpix is also available to the advanced amateur, and it does not require a state sales tax identification number. There are two ways to upload photos to Mpix.

Drop and Drag Method

Register at Mpix.com, and you will be taken to the "My Albums" page. Click on "Add Album" and name your album something that corresponds to your photo selections. This will make it easier to identify later when you have multiple albums.

Find the file that contains the photos you would like to upload and double-click on it. You will see the thumbnails in the top window. Click on a photo you would like to add. If you hold down the "Ctrl" button, you can select multiple photos and drag them to the bottom window together.

Click "Upload." When it says, "Upload complete" you have your album started. You can add more photos later by clicking on "Add Photos" and repeating Step 3.

Choose the photo(s) you would like to order, and select quantities.

Browse File Method

Register at Mpix.com, and you will be taken to the "My Albums" page. Click on "Add Album" and name your album something that corresponds to your photo selections. This will make it easier to identify later when you have multiple albums.

Click "Add Photos" and then click "Upload Method." Choose "HTTP browse." This brings up the page where you can browse your files and select the photos you wish to upload into your album.

Click on the drop-down arrow next to the "Number of Files to Upload" box, and select the number of files you plan to upload.

Click on "Browse" and choose the files from your computer you want to upload. Click "Upload."

Choose the photo(s) you would like to order, and select quantities.

Tip

  • For best print quality, take photos at the highest pixel resolution possible. Upload time depends on your Internet connection and the file size.

Tip

  • Lower resolution photos printed at larger sizes stretch the pixels beyond the point where they look clear and sharp.