A digital frame without any photos is nothing more than a paperweight!

 

loading photos on digital picture frames from Canon or Nikon digital cameras. Digital frame are #1 gift for holiday season.

Most digital frames have several ways to load image files:

  1. Using a USB cord, load directly from your computer to the internal memory

  2. Subscribe to an internet service with a monthly fee

  3. Load the photos you want onto a flash memory card and stick the card into a slot on the frame

  4. Don't do anything and leave the frame in the box it came in.

 

Each method has its advantages and disadvantages:

  1. Using a USB cord - The amount of internal memory is small, so the number of photos you can load is small. Some frames don't let you select aspect ratios for pictures in the internal memory, which means your photo will look "stretched" on the screen.
    You must have the computer and frame together during the process - not great if you've given the frame to a loved one.

  2. Subscribe to an internet service with a monthly fee. Here's the scenario: You give the frame to your loved one, who plugs it into both the wall and a telephone socket. You upload your photos to a web server. Each midnight, your loved one's frame automatically calls a toll free number and downloads any new pictures you've sent.
    Disadvantage: there's on ongoing fee, whether you use the service or not. After a while you stop sending photos but they don't stop sending bills.

  3. Load the photos you want onto a flash memory card and stick the card into a slot on the frame. This is probably the best way. The number of photos is limited only by the size of the card, and you can change the photos at any time. You can mail a card full of new photos to your loved one, who can mail the old one back to you to be refilled.

  4. Don't do anything and leave the frame in the box it came in. Sad to say, this is not uncommon

  5. Bring them to us and we'll do it for you!

Bring us your digital photos and we値l optimize them

 

We値l make sure they池e all right-side up.

We値l make the images the right size so you can put lots of them on one memory card.

We値l even lighten the dark ones a little to improve their visibility.

And then we値l load them all onto a fresh PROmaster Secure Digital memory card. PROmaster is the most reliable, longest-lived card we致e ever tested.

Your original files retain all their quality, we only work on duplicates.

And when you致e got exactly what you want, we can make duplicate copies for everyone else in the family!

 

What does it cost?

 

Up to 100 images, including the high grade PROmaster Secure Digital memory card. - $49.99

 

101 to 200 images, including the high grade PROmaster Secure Digital memory card. - $69.99

 

200-300 images, including the high grade PROmaster Secure Digital memory card. - $89.99

 

Additional copies: $29.99, including the card. That way you can share with the whole family.

 

Want to put your traditional paper prints on a digital frame? We've got a solution for that, too. Check out our "Shoebox Scanning" service.