With thousands of frame and mat samples, The Great Frame Up can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate (most diplomas can be framed for around $100), personalized jerseys glisten (most for under $300), and dorm-room movie posters sparkle (many 24x36 pieces are under $100). The design wizards can also find a home for any prized possession, such as shoebox photos, baby booties, ticket stubs, medals, and really good pot roasts. The Great Frame Up’s no-hassle guarantee and assurance that all work is done on-site means your frameables won't be subject to mistreatment at underground commercial framing facilities.
Behind the gauzy curtains of Snap Shots Delivered's photo booths, groups of family and friends can be seen adjusting their sombreros and forming tableaus. Within moments, a printer produces several copies of the captured moments, sending guests off with a memento of the event and an establishment of an alibi. Numerous personalization options tailor booths to any host's wishes, including custom logos on each strip or photo scrapbooks.
During her photography sessions, WhirlieGirl Photography owner Angela and winner of the 2014 Creative Live Lindsay Adler Posing Contest gives life to her subjects. Angela?s edited, finalized images dramatize the beauty of her clientele?a varied mix of ages, sizes, and ethnicities, including couples, and boudoir sessions. In fact, 90% of the studio's business is boudoir shoots that empower subjects by capturing them at their most confident, whether that's in a dress, some lingerie, or a suit of armor. WhirlieGirl Photography is an advocate for positive body image and regularly donates their money and services to fundraisers and charities, such as Photos for a Cure. WhirlieGirl also provides services for small families & children.
Winner of Wedding Wire's Bride's Choice Award in 2012, Complete Music Video Photo fulfills its namesake by stimulating events with music, video, and photography services that energize venues and record merrymaking for fond reflection. The outfit dispatches talented DJs and audiovisual specialists to events of every sort, be they joyful weddings, spirited school dances, or wild parties for the national chaperone's association. Event planners can also add a photo booth to their get-together, which comes complete with a prop box to let subjects express their quirky sides.
Cars line up at the drive-thru window, where instead of bags of burgers and fries, staffers hand over bundles of glossy personal photos. Inside Creative Photo & Digital Imaging, digital techs convert media such as VHS tapes, records, and reels to DVD and CD, while across the store, photo experts transfer snaps onto album prints, museum-grade canvas wraps, and gifts such as coffee mugs and puzzles. Heirloom family portraits, ravaged by rips and sun damage, doff their imperfections in the photo-restoration lab, and an onsite portrait studio captures clans as they update their sweater sets through the years. Creative Photo & Digital Imaging also hosts photography classes on subjects from how to take better pictures on camera phones to the intricacies of digital SLR cameras.
FrameWorks prepares art and memorabilia for wall appearances by enveloping them in fashionable custom mats and frames. Each piece of artwork luxuriates in the attention of experienced framers, who employ their eye for design and more than 40 years of combined framing experience to give each piece a custom home in which to reside until retiring to Barbados. Customers can peruse the shop’s display of more than 2,000 molding frames—including certified Larson-Juhl 22k gold frames—hundreds of mats, and nonglare, plexiglas, and UV–protection glass to discover a design that speaks to their personality, their home’s décor, and their invisible entourage. In addition to framing traditional print art and photographs, FrameWorks also assembles shadowboxes to commemorate special occasions such as weddings, concerts, and interplanetary vacations. Prices for custom framing vary based on size, mounting, mats, glass, and frame choice; the shop can outfit a 16"x20" image for anywhere from $100 to $500.