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Investment keeps Maple Leaf Images at forefront of digital sector
9:00am Sunday 10th March 2013 in News
Skipton-based Maple Leaf Images has invested in new state-of-the-art equipment and technology to keep the Newmarket Street shop at the cutting edge of advancements in the digital imaging and photo processing sector.
Three Wi-Fi-enabled Kodak Kiosks allow customers to download and print photographs taken on Android smartphones and iPhones.
“In the past, it has proved difficult to get prints from such mobile devices, but with the installation of a Kodak Kiosk Connect App, wireless photo printing is now quick and easy,” said Maple Leaf Image’s Canadian-born owner Tony Harman.
He said the new kiosks also enabled customers to download and print pictures from their own Facebook pages securely.
Maple Leaf Images is celebrating its 20th anniversary in business this year.
Tony said: “It seems to have come full circle, with more and more people now preferring to have prints rather than storing pictures on computers. Maple Leaf Images retains facilities to print pictures from negatives and slides, right through to any form of digital media, including memory cards and USB sticks.”
Further recent investment allows the business to produce personalised greetings cards, calendars, canvases, photo albums and photobooks.