Photography in Bashford Manor


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  • Mark's Hallmark
    Mark's Hallmark hosts unique gifts and Hallmark greeting cards that creatively accent any holiday or special occasion. In the absence of sufficient stashes of construction paper for homemade coupon books, offspring can bestow a Mommy & Me or Grandma & Me keepsake journal upon hard-working matriarchs, both of which include a recording feature where gifters can personalize a message with their own dulcet tones ($24.99 each). Decorative keepsakes such as the Willow Tree Angel of the Heart figurine gift set bequeath knick-knack lovers with a heavenly mantelpiece accent ($14.99), and a trio of candles from Yankee Candle Company greets Mother's Day with aromas of sun and sand, pineapple and cilantro, and lilac blossom ($19.99). New mothers can outfit fresh progeny in a Mud Pie baby outfit ($27.99+).
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    3040 Bardstown Rd
    Louisville, KY US
  • Video Kitchen
    Since his boyhood days in the darkroom, Video Kitchen's president, Carlile Crutcher, has had a passion for photography. This passion evolved into home movies during his tenure in high school, college, and the United States Navy, and eventually culminated in the creation of Video Kitchen in 1992. In two locations, including the brand new store in East Louisville, an artistically and technically skilled staff oversees the preservation of memories with data transfers for all sorts of media and formats. The staff specializes in tape-to-DVD transfers, including familiar formats such as VHS tapes, Hi8 and Digital8 8mm tapes, and MiniDV, as well as specialty formats such as 8mm and 16mm movie film. Imbued with the gift of cinematic artistry, Video Kitchen's staff also produces video for occasions such as business meetings, recitals, and sporting events. Skillful sound engineers capture all the audio, and editors can splice different scenes together or superimpose a slam-dunking dog into every frame.
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    2323 Bardstown Rd
    Louisville, KY US
  • Antoine LaFramboise
    Antoine LaFramboise spends hours behind the camera, but that doesn’t mean he’s a photographer. On his website he proudly proclaims he is a “poet first,” though he seamlessly walks the line between artistic mediums. He often pens poems to accompany his candid black-and-white and softly colored images, and his creativity also spills onto short, dreamy videos set to music. His diversity of mediums mirrors his diversity of artistic subjects; he is just as at home helming fashion shoots as he is putting a fresh spin on real-estate photography, an end he achieves without installing Santa Clauses in every chimney. Weddings inspire some of LaFramboise’s finest work, as he eschews forced poses in favor of photojournalistic shots of a couple’s embrace and dynamic videos that capture the festivities’ joyful music and laughter.
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    2054 Douglass Blvd
    Louisville, Kentucky US
  • Campus Quilt Co.
    Campus Quilt Company's garment surgeons Frankenstein your favorite T-shirts into commemorative quilts and pillows, allowing you to preserve memories while also resurrecting your wardrobe. Stuff a prepaid box—with instructions and a shipping label sent to you by Campus Quilt Company—with worn and weathered tees, and then ship them off for a total transformation. In two to four weeks, the castoff clothes will come back in quilt form, ready for use in bed concealing, body covering, or badger cuddling. Prices vary depending on the size of the quilt, with a nine-square blanket costing $129 and the 12-square version costing $155. Campus Quilt Company also offers wee quilts ($180+), which transform baby wear such as bibs, booties, and onesies into functional fabrics. All sizes of T-shirts can be used, and customers can specify whether they'd like a cloud or a loop pattern on their memory cloak.
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    4605 Poplar Level Road
    Louisville, KY US
  • Bluegrass Boudoir
    Photographer Travis Salisbury’s two favorite subjects are people and landscapes, which makes him a fitting match for capturing the curves of the human form during boudoir shoots. Travis sets up shoots in a modern, turn-of-the-century condo or at his clients’ homes for photos imbued with a personal element that only reclining on one’s own coffee table can provide. Clients slink in and out of their favorite lingerie, tantalizing their partners with the implications of what lies beneath. Once the shoot is complete, Travis returns to the studio to finish and retouch each photo to create a gallery of shots in sepia, black and white, and other finishes that help set a unique mood for each pose.
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    4211 Cutliff Drive
    Louisville, Kentucky US

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