KCOC TEEN CAMP FUNDRAISER
Help as many teens attend Camp Swamp with your purchase
MORE IDEAS FOR PRINTING
Are you interested in another type of print other than what is being offered in the fundraiser?
Printed on canvas material and wrapped around pine board – long lasting and beautiful in texture
For high impact photograph – metal prints really shine and present with a bang.
Fine Art Frames
Printed and framed on double matted acid-free board, this image lasts 50+ years and is great for passing down.
Purchase individual prints to give to friends and family or place into an existing frame.
This image gives an idea of how big prints are.
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DO YOU NEED TO FIX UP AN OLD PHOTO?
I can help you restore, resize and color your old photos, enlarge them and print them.
are printing their own photographs
because it means a lot to them.
THE NEED FOR A MOVEMENT
It’s not just affecting today’s youth. 42% of people between the ages of 30 and 44 will likely look back and wonder where photos of their childhood, holiday get-togethers, relatives and friends have gone decades from now1, and, reportedly, 67% store their photos solely on a computer or phone. Statistics show that a staggering 53% of consumers have not printed a photo in more than 12 months, 70% don’t have photo albums, and 42% no longer print photos at all.
It doesn’t have to be this way. We know that everything from candles, bicycles and vinyl albums have survived the “disruption” caused by technological advancements. We have to remember the value and importance of printed, framed, and mounted photographs in our lives and for the generations after us. Children love to see images of themselves around the house, newlyweds have fond moments when they see their wedding photo on the mantle or walls, and our most beloved pets are sealed in time…all thanks to the power of print.
1 2015 nationwide survey conducted by Professional Photographers of America (PPA)
MY LATEST PUBLISHED WORK
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