OnAsia Launches New Digital Imaging Services at OnAsiaDigital.com
Asia’s leading online photo agency, OnAsia, has launched a new website (www.onasiadigital.com) to promote the growing digital services side of its business.
OnAsia Digital provides scanning, retouching, color-correction, keywording and clipping path/outlining services. The company says it will be mainly targeting image libraries, professional photographers and the pre-press industry. “These types of service are a natural extension of our photo agency background,” explains the agency’s Co-Director, Peter Charlesworth. “We’ve been providing scanning, retouching and other services for quite some time. Our proprietary keywording system has also been widely admired stimulating demand for our keywording service.”
Among the company’s top clients are Greenpeace, European Union and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), for whom OnAsia Digital is currently digitizing their entire historical archive.
Based in Bangkok, Thailand, OnAsia Digital combines high standards of service and quality with very competitive rates, often 50%-70% less than standard prices. The company is also an approved industry supplier for the British Association of Picture Libraries and Agencies (BAPLA) and is an approved scanning and keywording vendor for the UK stock agency Alamy.
“Our combination of low-costs and high quality is proving really popular,” adds Peter Charlesworth. “Our photo agency background gives us a different approach from many other image processing centers. We’re most definitely not a digital image â€˜factory’. We have a deep rooted respect for photographic images.”
To find out more about OnAsia Digital’s service visit: www.onasiadigital.com
About OnAsia (www.onasia.com)
OnAsia is the leading resource for Asian imagery and feature stories. Over 80,000 keyworded images are available for instant download in hi-res formats up to 12X18 inches at 300DPI. The agency also provides assignment services throughout Asia with its network of over 80 top editorial and corporate photographers.
- Posted at November 14th, 2005 08:00pm
- Posted by Tommy Maloney
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