DGLP | DigitalPost Interactive Launches Online Photo Editor

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"Qwik-Edit" Delivers One-Step Tool for Fast Photo Enhancements

Jul 29, 2008 6:30:00 AM
IRVINE, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 07/29/08 -- DigitalPost Interactive (OTCBB: DGLP) (www.dglp.com), a leader in the digital media-sharing and social networking space, announced today the launch of Qwik-Edit(SM) -- a new, user-friendly photo-editing solution for its re-brandable digital media-sharing platform. This exciting new feature enables even the most novice Internet users to enhance their favorite family photos in one, easy step -- no downloads or special skills required.

To experience DigitalPost Interactive's new photo editor, please visit www.dglp.com/photoeditor.

"We've created a fast, user-friendly tool to immediately enhance photos without the additional steps required by many other solutions," said Robert Grant, VP Technology, DigitalPost Interactive. "If you have a photo on your family website, now you can adjust the photo to your taste without ever going back to the original file or re-posting media. It's a dramatically simple solution that makes it easy to store, share, and enhance the consumer's best photo memories."

Designed to work within DigitalPost Interactive's easy-to-use digital media-sharing platform, the new photo editor contains Crop, Rotate, Tint, Lighting, Auto-Correct, and Red-Eye features along with unique personalization tools for creating custom photo borders. Beginning today, users of TheFamilyPost.com and private-label versions of this compelling family website service can edit any photo posted on their site without the need for additional programs or third-party applications.

"We're extremely proud to add Qwik-Edit to our line of user-friendly features within our digital media-sharing platform," said Michel Sawtell, CEO, DigitalPost Interactive. "We now have an exceptional robust product like no other on the market, giving consumers the ultimate, one-stop destination for showcasing their very best digital memories."