Photo Templates enable multiple images on single print.February 2, 2007 -
Available in 34 configurations, Pre-formatted Photo Templates allow digital photographers to place 2, 3, or 4 images onto single print, creating diptychs, triptychs, action sequences, or multi-faceted portraits. They may be printed on matte, glossy, or watercolor surfaces. Using templates, photographers can juxtapose one image against another, illustrate story with multiple images, or document event that occurs over extended time period.
myPhotopipe.com Introduces New Line of Photo Templates
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1670-B Northeast Expressway
Atlanta, GA, 30329
Press release date: January 29, 2007
New Product Line Enables Digital Photographers to Create Professional-Looking Diptychs, Triptychs and Other Multi-Photo Prints
ATLANTA, Jan. 29 /- myPhotopipe.com, Inc. , a web-based online provider of digital photo processing and related services, today announced a new line of pre-formatted templates that allow digital photographers to smoothly and accurately place multiple images on a single print. Developed and offered exclusively by myPhotopipe.com, these templates allow a photographer to place two, three or four digital images onto a single print, thereby creating diptychs, triptychs, action sequences or multi-faceted portraits. The multi-photo templates come in 34 unique configurations and may be printed on matte, glossy or watercolor surfaces. This product is marketed under the Company's Gallery Series line of large- format print products and can be viewed at myphotopipe.com/multiPhotoTemplates.html.
"These templates allow professional and serious amateur photographers to make an artistic statement that is not available with traditional print formats," stated L. Douglas Keeney, Chief Executive Officer of myPhotopipe.com, Inc. "Photographers can juxtapose one image against another, illustrate a story with multiple images, document an event that occurs over an extended time period -- with no concerns about incorrect sizing or bad alignment on the page."
"To create a multi-photo print, a photographer simply downloads the Company's free software and drags an image into an 'opening', adjusts the cropping and adds a caption, if desired," continued Keeney. "The software allows our customers to instantly preview the finished product on their computer screens."
The Company has posted multiple examples of prints utilizing the new templates on its website at www.myphotopipe.com. One example shows four views of a family pet, while another includes three views of a building during various stages of construction. Two portraits, each consisting of four different photos of the same woman, and an artistic interpretation of three color palettes, are among the examples on the website.
This is the latest of a series of recent product launches by myPhotopipe.com, including framed prints, panoramic prints and gallery-wrapped canvas prints.
About myPhotopipe.com, Inc. myPhotopipe.com, Inc. is a web-based (2.0) online provider of digital photo processing, photo finishing, photo sharing, and related services. The Company's unique blend of 94 print options, combined with manual print inspections and professional color management, have positioned myPhotopipe.com as one of the fastest-growing providers of digital photography services for professionals and serious amateurs.
The Company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and its common stock is listed on the OTC Pink Sheets under the symbol "MPPC". Additional information is available on the Internet at www.myPhotopipe.com.
CONTACT: L. Douglas Keeney, CEO of myPhotopipe.com, Inc., +1-502-419- 5837, email@example.com