Looking at an old photograph can bring back memories, but it's up to the viewer to recall details such as the sound of a friend's laughter. Captured Memories Photobooth, LLC preserves both sight and sound with open-air photo booths that print traditional photo strips and allow groups to record video messages. Patrons can also request a greenscreen that creates custom backgrounds.
When Louisville Lens Photography’s photographers arrive at clients’ homes or at such outdoor locales as Cherokee Park and Yew Dell Botanical Gardens, they start each session with all of their camera equipment tucked inside their carrying cases. They do this so that they can get to know their clients and make them feel as comfortable as possible. After engaging in friendly conversation or playing a handful of children’s games, the photography pros begin snapping photos designed to capture the subject’s true personality. Their most popular sessions feature kids, parents-to-be, seniors, couples in love, and couples idly perusing a takeout menu. The staff also leads photography workshops for novice photographers that take place outdoors, showing students how to light and compose artistic shots.
High-definition husband-and-wife duo Drake and Danielle Hatfield produce professional-grade multimedia memories for all kinds of occasions. Whether you want to document your jazz-fusion band's debut jam, immortalize an immaculate wedding, or artfully capture two hours of your cat trying to untie a sailor's knot, Hatfield Media will produce and format a professional, multicamera video complete with immersive multitrack audio. Events are captured exclusively in high definition by top-quality 3CCD cameras for total visual recall before being edited and safely delivered to your hands or the hands of your overseas distributer.
In 1990, Trish Lounsbury opened Celebrations with her husband, Stan, and her father, Ed. They seek out products from artists, designers, and leading companies such as Crane and Sweet Pea when crafting custom invitations and stationery. They also specialize in custom framing for a variety of projects, as well as unique gifts and elegant wrapping papers.
The monthly issues of Louisville Magazine help residents of the Derby City plan their next night on the town, explore different neighborhoods, and pick up tips for personal style and home decor. Articles offer valuable insights about the readers' hometown, from profiles on Louisville architecture and culture to a monthly calendar of events. Full-color photos bring stories about local people to life, and extensive coverage of the restaurant scene helps readers discover previously unknown variations on brunch.
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.