Like the contents of time capsules, photographs help people sneak a glimpse at their former selves and can be easily buried anywhere in the backyard. Plant the seeds of nostalgia with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of photo-lab services at Holland Photo Imaging.
A full-service commercial photo lab, Holland Photo Imaging and its team of media maestros help present and preserve photographs with processing, printing, and restoration services. Professional color film processing and prints help seize nature's vibrant hues, and black-and-white services eschew the color spectrum by portraying the world exactly as it looked in 1920. Photograph restoration ($18.75 for 15 minutes), meanwhile, can energize old shots by refurbishing color or improve family portraits by editing out eccentric uncles.
Turn quasi-ethereal images into tangible mantle ornaments by printing them on photo paper, stretched canvas, or fine-art paper. Choose from glossy, luster, or metallic finishes for a 4”x6” machine print ($0.62 each for website orders), or harness the pigment-pelting power of an Epson Stylus Pro 9900 printer for an 11”x16” giclée print affixed to textured German etching paper ($20.60 for website orders). Or order a box of photo business cards to help spread the word about your fledgling pig-grooming business. Though timing varies depending on the order, Holland Photo Imaging completes most of its services in three business days.
Holland Photo Imaging
After more than 30 years in business, Holland Photo Imaging boasts a mastery of a diverse range of photo techniques from yesteryear to the present day. As a full-service film-processing lab, it staffs image wizards who can touch up digital photos from a recent wedding or digitize age-old prints of family members posing with Santa Claus's accident-prone predecessor, Wayne Claus. A Noritsu 3212 printer produces high-quality images using Kodak Prime chemistry and Kodak Endura Professional papers. Hobbyists and professionals alike can reserve the studio's rental darkrooms to develop their own work or hold clandestine laser-tag matches.