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  • Writer's pictureRylee - Original Copy Cat

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

Updated: Jan 6, 2022

The smart phone has revolutionized the way we take photos. It's now possible to shoot an unforgettable image in a matter of seconds with little to no experience. But where are all of our photos ending up?

Most of us post them to some form of social media or keep them tucked away on our mobile devices. They scarcely get a second glance from us, let alone from our families and friends. What if there was another way; a simple and affordable option to share our memories and bring our photos back to life? Will our photos ever escape the digital world? The answer is a resounding YES!

In the same ways new technology has revolutionized the way we take photos, it has changed the ways we are able to transfer our digital data to the real world. Large format color printers are now capable of producing incredibly clear images at an affordable price. When printed, the images you've taken with your smart phone can be as large as 40x50 inches! Practically 10 times larger than the tiny screens we normally view them on. Couple this with the panoramic mode that's equipped on most cameras, and you have the opportunity to display your favorite scenic views right in your living room.

Best of all, our photos capture our memories, experiences, and emotions. So when it comes time to share a gift with a loved one, a picture is worth a thousand words.


It has never been easier or more affordable to print large format photographs. Most print shops have a variety of photo paper and mounting options to choose from. It can be as easy as sending your image in an email directly from your smart phone and telling the printer how large you want it to be. Our photos can become unique and personal gifts for our families and friends when we free them from our screens and hang them on our walls.

Print your photos today at Digital Blueprint!

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No stranger to photography, Rylee LOVES having her picture taken.


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