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Print perfect prints with a lab: One Vision Imaging

We know for a fact that there are more images being taken these days than ever before. But we also know that
the vast majority of these will never be printed.

SPONSORED BY ONE VISION IMAGING

Most are stored on our mobile phones, on hard drives or in the cloud. There is strong evidence to suggest that many of these images will be lost forever. This is due to the fast-moving changes in technology and the way we store our data. Many people still have VHS videos, but no machine to play them on. Sadly it would seem that the joy and excitement of finding historic prints in shoe boxes in the loft of family members, loved ones and old friends may never be experienced.

Is it therefore not the duty of professional photographers and labs alike to encourage people to print their images rather than lose them?

This is certainly the belief of ‘father of the internet’ Vint Cerf – one of the original internet pioneers – who believes that history could be lost in a black hole. In a recent interview, Cerf said: “We’ll just be unknowns. Forgotten, because our technology was not good enough to remember.” So what can we do to prevent this from happening?

One Vision Imaging has one of the most comprehensive photographic print and product ranges in the industry. Its sole purpose is to ensure professional photographers are fully supported, by offering advice, industry knowledge and unique print and wall display solutions, thus keeping professionals one step ahead of the high street.

Photography deserves a photograph to ensure it isn’t lost forever.

For more information, please visit the One Vision Imaging website.

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