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Pittsburgh Custom Darkroom's still-life specialists use digital technology to save vintage photographs that have been stained, spotted, torn, faded, cracked, and bleached. Picture fixers first consult with patrons to determine a restoration estimate and their favorite Civil War general. Snapshots return to their former glory with light (approximately $75–$100), medium (approximately $100–$150), medium/heavy (approximately $150–$200), and heavy (approximately $200–$300) restorations. During the process, a professional scans the image and produces up to an 8"x10" archival print (larger prints incur an additional cost), thus saving treasured memories of family vacations or alien abductions.

521 East Ohio Street
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

After honing a style rich with photojournalistic perspectives and romantic flair, Maria Palermo founded Palermo Photo to dedicate her talents to the memories of others. Whether creating portraits to build a modeling portfolio, memorializing an engagement with a couples' shoot, or capturing a bride as she tearfully walks audiences through a PowerPoint presentation of her vows, Maria ensures her images are magazine-worthy. In fact, so many have recognized her talent that she earned Wedding Wire's Bride's Choice Award in 2012, The Knot's Best of Weddings Award in 2012 and 2013, and one of Pittsburgh's "50 Finest" by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Palermo Photo's success lies in the details. Maria composes each shot to accentuate the moment and capture her subjects' personalities through fashion-inspired poses that remain as natural and graceful as a weeping willow's runway debut.

2020 Smallman St.
Pittsburgh,
PA
US