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Capturing your memorable (and some not so memorable) moments has never been as easy as taking out your mobile phone, and capturing a photograph. For any given event, functions, or gatherings, you will find countless pictures in the mobile phones, tablets, or digital cameras of the participants.
Take wedding ceremonies as example, earlier it used to be an album of selected pictures and photographs, but now you can simply sit down with a digital camera or smartphone and go through hundreds of images to revive the memories. But having easy access to all these pictures hasn’t reduced the charm of framing some of the most memorable pictures, and hanging them on your walls (or putting them on some shelf or side tables), because some moments deserve to be in front of your eyes, instead of getting buried between hundreds and thousands of pictures in your device.
Digital photo frames are tablet like devices that you can use to store, and watch pictures or movies. And while they are not really a replacement of the goof old picture frames; they have their own advantages and disadvantages. Let’s have a look at the pros and cons of a digital photo frame.
Author: Natasha is an amateur photographer and part time blogger. She loves to write about digital cameras and photo editing apps. For professional picture framing services in Brisbane, she recommends Boutique Framing, because some photographs are too special to be stored in a digital device.