Upload MORE images than ever before!
Our first Online Order Form allowed you to upload 10 files per upload at a 50 mb limit. That form has been upgraded to accept 15 files with a 100mb limit.
But get this: Now you can upload as many as 30 files per upload. Try it now!
• Photo Ops happening TODAY!
If you are, there's a good chance you're scrambling around looking for the best place to print photos. We're here to serve you and make your life easier by providing an online ordering system and quick high-quality printing options. Use the links below for ordering and pricing info and then upload your order from the comfort of your own home.
A reliable source has disclosed to us that there should be wide-spread burning in the Flint Hills of Kansas today. It might be a great day to take your camera and have a drive in the country. The of course you should send some photos in for printing, and maybe even consider using some Metallic paper.
• Seniors will be finishing school soon
• Shoot Your Ride
Call us at 316-264-3013 or Email us for an appointment to photograph your car, truck, or motorcycle on our "Shoot Your Ride" wheel.
The weather is getting better and you'll be out polishing the beautiful ride of yours, so maybe you need to get some great photos of it while you're at it.
You can drop by to see us, and if time is availalbe, we'll give you a tour of the Shoot Your Ride studio.
• Photo Restoration
When it comes to the restoration of old, faded, or damaged photos, Douglas Photographic Imaging is the one source you need to know.
Stop in with your photos for an estimate.
• Fine Art Prints
Fine Art prints are produced from digital files. We can even create prints from your original art pieces (see our copy services). At douglas photographic imaging we have the capability to print digital images up to 44" wide (by whatever length you may need or want).
Your Fine Art prints can be made on Lustre, Textured Fine Art or Canvas materials. We use inks and materials that are compatible with current archival standards and include lacquer spray on each print.
Our own Jeff Cowell writes a monthly newspaper column that he occasionally will share on our website in the new Tips, Techniques and Lessons section.