The staff at Memories in a Flash ushers photos, slides, and old videos into the digital age, preserving memories with new, longer-lasting technologies. Once transferred from bulky VHS tapes to thin, sleek DVDs, home movies can be uploaded online to share with family and Steven Spielberg's casting director. Along with scanning services to transform photos, slides, and negatives into pixels, the tech-savvy team can help reverse damage caused by water, humidity, and fingerprints through photo-restoration services. Editors can also arrange pictures into digital slide shows or splice wedding clips into one comprehensive blooper reel. After each job, Memories in a Flash returns all tangible items in their original form along with the fresh CDs and DVDs.
The media pros at Hourglass Media transform old recordings and photographs into high-quality digital files with their advanced, onsite equipment. During film transfers, a technician converts 8-milimetre and Super 8 film to uncompressed files on DVD, ensuring picture fidelity with 700 lines of resolution. Analog media such as audio cassettes, VHS tapes, and vinyl LPs metamorphose into any digital file format, allowing patrons to load old songs onto iPods, share home movies over the internet, and replace every sound on the family computer with an old recording of grandpa snoring. Slide and photo transfers pull the same trick with old pictures and custom video editing further polishes heirloom moving pictures or important present-day footage.
Photographer Krystle often says that she has an incurable case of TMI, or sharing too much information about herself. It’s a condition she never intends to treat, however, because her bubbly, outgoing personality only enhances the quality of her work. The owner and resident shutterbug of JustShootMe…Photography captures striking, on-location shots while putting clients at ease with her friendly demeanour, wacky sense of humour, and ability to mimic their favourite birdsongs. She loves to try new, creative ideas—nontraditional poses colour each of her shoots, which she captures with the help of natural light and a close friend of seven years: her Nikon camera. Though she specializes in family and couples photography, she also engages in wedding photography with a particular interest in destination weddings.
With the help of digital printers, Da Sign Shop's technicians replicate customers' photographs, graphics, or text onto a variety of surfaces. Banners, laminated photo paper, and gallery-wrapped canvas are just a few options; patrons can even request customized magnets.
• For $45, you get a one-hour in-studio ($40) or on-location ($50) photo shoot for family portraits, including one 10"x13" print ($39.95) and choice of one 4"x6" print or four wallet-size prints (up to a $99.90 total value). • For $60, you get a one-hour in-studio ($40) or on-location ($50) photo shoot for school portraits, including a photo package ($79.99) featuring two 8"x10" prints, three 5"x7" prints, two 3"x5" prints, 24 wallet-size prints, and an image CD (a $130 total value).
Lorna Mooney, CPA, draws on over 20 years in the photography business as she takes candid family, graduation, pet and child portraits, crafts expressive wedding albums, and striking business portraits. Her work across various photography genres has earned her a multitude of awards.