What's next: You'll be taken to the editor page to upload photos, crop them, customise and preview the final print.
Do I need to crop the photos before uploading them?
Nope. During the upload process, the website will automatically crop the photos to the right aspect ratio and sizes. There is also a cropper tool you can use to make fine adjustments.
How are the prints packaged?
Larger prints are wrapped in archival quality celophane and rolled into a shipping tube. Smaller ones will be delivered unmounted and flat in a Rigi mailer for maximum protection.
What are best practices for mounting these prints?
Take the print to a local craft store and purchase a spray mount adhesive used for framing. (Just note: be careful as this could ruin the print if not done correctly). Or you can take the print to a local frame shop and have them mount the print.
When I tried to upload photos from Dropbox and Instagram, I clicked the button in the toolbar but nothing happened. Any ideas why?
Julia Atkinson Christchurch - 11 Februrary 2017
I'm on a bender trying to gather and hang lots of personal pics at home. Printing always seems such hard work but I just tried out Dunedin based site @happymoosenz and am super pleased with the result. I printed 3x of this lovely pic of my sister @binkerbinkerbinker and Bro in law @Si_curtis (pre baby) in front of the glasshouse they built as part of the Whole House Reuse Project by @rekindle_nz
Leith Robertson New Plymouth - 25 January 2017
Very happy with my Happy Moose print :) I am sure it will be the first of many.
Richard Staniford Temuka - 8 December 2016
Thanks for my prints happymoose.nz, really pleased with how they came out. It was so easy to order from you guys, I'll certainly be using you again.
We'd like to say thank you to the following customers and photographers for their images.
The travel in-situ photo is by @parabopress whose work we also featured in the Photo Wall Decal product page; the dad and son photo by @denupzter, girl boss one by @brookerichardsonphotography and 4 16x20inch dining room photo by @itsbrittanyporter.