PhotographyBLOG Review: Digital Picture Printing Frames

November 16, 2004 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 4 Comments | |

Ricoh Caplio R1“We are the only website which allows you to upload any digital picture file, customize its size, and preview it in the mat(s) and frames of your choice. The digital picture goes, literally, from your hard-drive to your wall.” That is the bold claim of Digital Picture Printing Frames, an online print and framing service based in the USA. Digital Picture Printing Frames is a museum quality custom printing and framing company committed to using only the best-quality, longest-lasting materials available on the market today. The service that Digital Picture Printing Frames provides is aimed at photographers who are looking for a high quality way of displaying their work. As well as prints and framing, they also specialize in selling fine art prints. I have just moved into a new flat in Paris which needs brightening up with some of my photography, so I decided to place an order with Digital Picture Printing Frames. Did they live up to their promise of taking my photo from hard-drive to wall? Read this short review to find out.

Website: Digital Picture Printing Frames Review

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#1 Greg Johnson

Actually, the frame that Digital Picture Printing Frames sent looks better than the one you picked, but I understand your point that you should get exactly what you ordered. It is possible to mount, mat, and frame a print for 10% - 15% of what Digital Picture Printing Frames charges by doing it wholesale. Would it possible for you to do a story on how photographers can save money buying wholesale?

Thanks for your website

4:57 am - Friday, November 19, 2004

#2 Mark Goldstein

Well, I preferred the one that I picked! :-)

Good idea for an article - any websites or companies that you could recommend for buying wholsale from?

5:33 pm - Saturday, November 20, 2004

#3 John Samuel

I don't think this is the only such site. Isn't similar?

10:15 am - Sunday, November 21, 2004

#4 Mark Goldstein

Yes, that does look like a similar kind of site.

10:49 am - Sunday, November 21, 2004