Print Shop in Kalamazoo

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Roy G. Biv-ify your printer with black or color ink for assorted printers, such as a lovely trio of shades for an HP Deskjet printer ($12.50) or a little black cartridge for a Cannon i320 ($4.25). Or put it toward a replacement black toner cartridge for a Lexmark A1500 ($22.00), and much more.

4512 Stadium Dr
Kalamazoo,
MI
US

The Frame Maker's expert picture preservers have more than 73 years of cumulative experience preserving artwork and collectibles in creative, custom frames. Immortalize precious moments and important judicial decisions with traditional framing, or showcase bulkier memories in a custom shadowbox frame. The professional framers can bring out the best in any painting, picture, or commemorative item with their wide selection of sizing options and treatments, ranging from the poster-perfect 18"x24" ($85) and the portrait-friendly 16"x20" ($115+) to the expansive 30"x40", perfect for a surrealist rendering of your first homecoming date ($225+). Pricing for framing includes the cost of the actual frame, matting, glass, and assembly labor.

434 S Burdick St
Kalamazoo,
MI
US

Stephanie Karen prides herself on her craftiness. She says she strives to be a combination of MacGyver and Martha Stewart, creating beauty from unexpected sources. This penchant for discovery pervades her photography, which includes shoots of newborn babies, lingerie-clad women, and huge wedding events. Although she's been in the business for more than a decade, she still sheds tears at every wedding, feeling overcome by joy for the couple and empathy for the cake as it's hacked apart.

Beyond photography, she supplies customers with high-quality prints of her work along with high-resolution digital images. She prints pictures to almost any size, her professional equipment transforming blank sheets of glossy paper into keepsakes.

326 W Kalamazoo Ave suite 401
Kalamazoo,
MI
US

Before looking through the camera lens, the expert photographers at Picture People spend time getting to know their subjects and establishing a strategy for conveying their personalities in print. Then, film-ready clients pose in the bright camera room, airing teeth amid colorful backdrops and creative props. Following snapshots, subjects make their way to the selection station to choose their favorite poses from their session, which may be treated with sepia tones, color accents, and decorative borders to suit any wall, wallet, wallpaper pattern, or trophy walleye.

Picture People offers a variety of creative tips to help enhance mantel-dominating final results. The studio ensures satisfaction with a 100% guarantee on finished products.

4100 28th St. SE
Kentwood,
MI
US

Though they began as hobbies, art and photography had become focal points for Amanda Lindahl-Lemke by college. After six years studying both subjects stateside—with a stint at art school in Florence, Italy, in between—Amanda made the leap to the pros with A. Lindahl Creations. Whether clicking away in her studio or on location, she primarily photographs newborns and children, all adorably posed in color and black-and-white prints that subvert expectations through her use of props and surreal backdrops. Before her sessions even begin, Amanda discusses expectations and aesthetic preferences with her clients and takes time to forge bonds with each child, expectant mother, or family she photographs. The warm, hands-on approach earned her the "Friendliest Family Photographer" spot in "Red Tricycle’s" Totally Awesome Awards, which led to "Blue Tricycle’s" subsequent Even More Awesomer Than Your Awards Awards: No Tag-Backs Edition. After their shoot, clients can share a private online gallery with family and friends or peruse it for the images they want to preserve as prints.

948 Butternut Drive
Holland,
MI
US

Art is both a passion and profession for Michelle Calkins, one of Four Corners Framing Company's experienced artisans. Michelle earned her full certification from the Professional Picture Framing Association after mastering its meticulous techniques for framing pictures, textiles, and memorabilia. The plethora of framing methods and materials—imported from more than 25 vendors—enables any artwork to find its match, be it in a traditional wood frame or a contemporary metal one. Unable to limit her creative talents to the realm of custom framing, Michelle creates vibrant artwork of her own inspired by still lifes, outdoor scenery, and police descriptions.

232 N River Ave
Holland,
MI
US