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Frame your digital images with The Framing Station
Ilse Jurriën : June 13th 2005 - 22:06 CET
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Frame my PhotosFrame your digital images with The Framing Station : This summer, all those photos of getaways, camping trips, barbecues and ballgames can actually make it into scrapbooks and memory crafts, thanks to the Framing Station by Frame My Photos, LLC. The user-friendly digital photo software with 930 professionally illustrated frames has just been upgraded with the company's AccuPosition technology, allowing anyone to create borderless prints at home. "AccuPosition solves a core problem introduced by the limitations of printers and their software drivers," explained Frame My Photos president and co-founder Ron Fortier. "To get borderless photo prints, many printers scale up a photo by 5% or more to eliminate white space in the border."
Frame your digital images with The Framing StationHorizontal and vertical scaling
Fortier continued with: "Consumers have no ability to override this alteration when they print, so parts of their images get chopped off. But with AccuPosition, you set horizontal and vertical scaling percentages independently for complete and accurate coverage of the entire photo paper. I'm incredibly proud of how Frame My Photos continues to make complex technologies accessible to the general consumer with basic computer skills".

Framing Station - Digi-Press
Featuring the company’s exclusive Digi-Press rapid response breakthrough, the Framing Station excels at ease of use. In sharp contrast to traditional photo, clip art and digital scrapbooking software, the Framing Station is easily mastered by those new to computers. Just choose a photo, pick a frame, add text (if desired), then print, save, or e-mail your instant work of art.

Framing Station - Four versatile sizes and layouts
Custom frames are provided in four versatile sizes and layouts and include all-purpose frames, calendars, sports trading cards, magazine covers, holiday styles, as well as personalized awards, invitations, greeting cards, thank-you notes and travel-themed postcards. Once framed, images are ideal for display, presentation, or scrapbooking and can be printed, e-mailed and shared over the Internet.

Framing Station - Amazing results
"There are very few individuals with the time and artistic talent to create amazing results with typical photo software programs. Since professional illustrators created our frames, you don’t need to be the artist when you have the Framing Station," added Fortier.

Framing Station - Pricing and Availability
The Framing Station enhances digital images from all sources, including digital cameras, camcorders, scanned prints, photo CDs, and photos from e-mail and off the Internet. Available for purchase at Frame myphotos website or through Broderbund / Riverdeep, the Framing Station retails at $29.95. Also, current users can download the Framing Station v2.16 upgrade at no charge. A full-featured “test drive” version of the Framing Station is also offered for free download at the site, including twelve sample frames.

About Frame My Photos
Founded in 2004 by technology and Hollywood studio veterans, Frame My Photos is a privately held company. Along with the Framing Station, the company developed the popular line of Easy Keepsakes, available at value retailers. Future plans for the Framing Station include branded versions for the travel and entertainment industries.

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