Print Shop in Sandy Hills


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  • The Framing Establishment
    Entering one of The Framing Establishment's locations is like walking into an art gallery. Large traditional landscapes and contemporary abstracts hang on the walls, and shadow boxes housing portraits and collectibles line the shelves. Amid this modern decor, professional framers scuttle about, sizing objects and answering customers' questions. They help their patrons pick out ready-made frames and art or consult with them to determine flattering custom mouldings and mats for their photos or most impressive parking tickets. They also help customers transform their TVs into works of art by providing frames and fabrics that complement home furnishings.
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    6464 S. 900 E.
    Salt Lake City, UT US
  • Picture People
    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, picture perfect clients pose in the bright camera room, smiling amid colorful backdrops and creative props. Following the photo shoot, 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.
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    4351 Creekside Avenue
    Hoover, AL US
  • MarDel Photography & Design
    For more than three decades, MarDel Photography owned by Jerry Hansen and Cliff Winegar have captured priceless memories through award-winning photography. At MarDel Photography & Design, the duo snaps shots of children, families, newlyweds, and graduating seniors. Their photo-booth-rental services enliven parties and allow clients to snap their own images.
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    9424 South Union Square
    Sandy, UT US
  • Don Polo Photography
    Don Polo Photography owner Adilfa Ford named her business after the grandfather who raised her on a rustic farm in La Luz, Venezuela. The only surviving pictures of her late mother and grandparents were taken by Adilfa herself as she honed her shutter skills and nurtured the seeds of photographic passion into a blossoming love of the visual arts. Accompanied by her husband, Russ Ford, Adilfa travels the globe to teach photography seminars and add to an impressive resume of more than 800 weddings, returning to her Taylorsville studio to snap more portraits of familial love and newlywed bliss. An ample amount of studio and garden space accommodates small and large portrait groups as they have their contagious smiles immortalized, posing in front of vibrant backgrounds or flourishing greenery. After the team of professional flash dispatchers finishes capturing precious moments, they digitally enhance, retouch, and spellcheck each picture's 1,000 words.
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    8665 Sandy Parkway
    Sandy, UT US
  • Pixels Foto and Frame
    With photo-developing services, custom framing, and more, Pixels is the one-stop shop for photography fanatics and amateur picture makers. Employing the latest Epson Professional equipment to turn out high-quality prints, the store’s in-house developers digitally remove photo-bombing ghosts and turn around most big jobs in one or two days. Epson's UltraChrome K3 ink technology prevents the vivid colors of smiling faces and birthday-candle blowouts from fading over time. This snap-happy crew accepts digital formats, preferably JPEG or TIFF files, for converting images into paper-bound memories. The mantle-perfect photo comes printed on professional-grade metallic photo paper, adding a glossy finish and depth to portraits, candids, or scanned notes from secret admirers.
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    8934 S State St
    Sandy, UT US
  • iPreserve Boise
    The skilled archivists at MAD Technologies accept old media and document formats via mail or in-store drop off, giving families and organizations a hassle-free means of preserving cherished content that happens to live on obsolete formats. Elderly books become digitized epics, and grainy home movies recorded onto Beta or 8mm film are reborn in pixels, all with customization options and lightning-quick turnaround. While digital material should last longer than its analog predecessors, MAD Technologies' staff plays it safe–technicians automatically archive and store all images and video, in the event that discs should be damaged or run away from home in their rebellious teenage years.
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    4701 Pale Moon Lane
    South Jordan, UT US
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