Quality Custom Framing at wholesale prices. We've been supplying retail frame shops & galleries since 1981 and now offer custom framing direct! We offer wholesale & retail for your home or office. From a single piece to as many as the corporate world needs, we can do it all!
With a penchant for harnessing the beauty of natural light, Debbie Moore says she never leaves her house without her Nikon DSLR. She has more than 20 years of experience snapping photos and documents occasions such as weddings and birthday parties with the same attentive eye that captures portraits for families, children, high-school seniors, pets, and boudoir series. Debbie can host shoots in her studio or travel to clients' chosen locations, leading engaging alfresco sessions with her passion for the outdoors and her ability to control the sun.
Dan McDilda, the man behind the camera at McDilda Photography, has snapped shots at weddings, events, and family outings for more than 30 years. He specializes in creating holiday family portraits and capturing images of couples showing how much they love each other through a tender kiss or enthusiastic high-five.?Dan works out of his studio as well as totes his camera and full set of studio lighting equipment to various scenic photo-shoot locations.
Barry Brooks and his familial team of professional shutterbugs memorialize life's fleeting moments in an expansive, 5,000-square-foot studio. Up to five people can pose in Barry's portrait space, which easily accommodates starting basketball lineups and quadruplets with a friend. The proud owners of cool cars or robots that transform into cool cars can comfortably strike a pose in the 32'x50' commercial shooting room featuring a garage door entrance.
With more than six decades of combined experience, Video Ventures' staff of videographers and editors save precious footage from obsolete formats during video transfer services. VHS videotapes trade in dated garb for the more modern, slimming apparel of a DVD ($19.95 for one VHS to one DVD, $10 for each additional copy of the same DVD). Move 16 millimeter (with or without sound), 8 millimeter, and Super 8 millimeter film to DVD ($19.95, plus $0.15/ft.) and preserve antique recordings of first birthdays and last lion-taming lessons. Newly-minted DVDs arrive for pick-up in three days, allowing movie-watchers ample time to prepare home theaters with sound systems, 3-D glasses, and new snack-bar attendants.