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[January 14, 2013]

FotoInsight rescues existing photo projects

Jan 14, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- The British high street has suffered another blow with the closure of 187 stores of Britain's largest photographic retail chain as the British economy is heading for its third recession since 2008.

The out for this retailer is of particular concern to many knowledgeable staff who are losing their jobs and to thousands of customers now unable to use gift vouchers purchased before Christmas.

As a highly trusted photo print supplier, many photographers have designed photo books, calendars and other photo print products in this retailers photographic editing software, for which many users will now want to find an alternative print supplier.

The online photo service FotoInsight Ltd offers those looking to print their existing photo book designs a simple solution, by downloading and installing the free FotoInsight Designer software instead. All projects from the now defunct photographic retail chain can be opened, edited and printed in the FotoInsight Designer software and printed in award winning print quality.

About FotoInsight Ltd.

FotoInsight Limited was founded in Cambridge in 2003 and runs an easy to use digital photo processing service for Windows, Mac OS and Linux users, offering an extensive array of award-winning photographic print and photo gifts as well as photo books, photo poster and photos on canvas print.

Prints ordered through FotoInsight are developed at five state of the art photo labs in four countries. The online photo service has grown year on year faster than the photo processing industry and has expanded its services in seven European languages in 32 countries.

FotoInsight Ltd.

Catalina Martinez, Head of Communication 9 Moore Close Cambridge CB4 1ZP Tel. +44 (0)8700 114911 Fax +44 (0)8715 601675 Email pr (at) fotoinsight.co.uk .

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