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What You'll Get
Unlike their digital counterparts, physical pictures are easy to lose, hard to share, and impossible to Photoshop Winston Churchill into. Class up olde-timey photographs with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of photo digitizing at Tallahassee Photo.
Tallahassee Photo's scanning services drag reams of analog prints into the 21st century, housing them safely on a CD or DVD. Pixilation pros load prints 8"x10" or smaller onto a flatbed scanner ($1+ each, up to $4) or large-format prints up to 12"x18" on a specialized scanner ($3.50+ each, up to $9). Negatives, like pieces of bacon attempting to get through airport security, can be scanned by the strip ($1+/strip, up to $4), though slides must be done individually ($0.50+ each, up to $4). Photos reincarnate as jpeg files, spruced up, corrected for density, cropped where necessary, and wiped clean of any photo-bombing poltergeists.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tallahassee Photo and Frame
Since 1941, the knowledgeable staff at Tallahassee Photo and Frame has been helping customers take, display, and transform their photos, videos, and artwork. Once photographers have snapped their shots, they can head to the website for online photo-printing services, or they can order photo books, greeting cards, and photo gifts.
The professional framers stock a large selection of frames for custom jobs. They can also inlay their work with custom-cut mats, including those with multiple openings to display shots of everyone in a family or show off a progression of a cat's Christmas sweaters over the years. They're also able to create frame-free canvas and gallery wraps.
For moving pictures, Tallahassee Photo’s staff offers video-transfer services. They use the same equipment employed by the Library of Congress and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to handle 8mm, Super 8mm, and 16mm films. They can also transfer formats such as VHS and Betamax onto DVDs or transfer old audio formats (such as LP records) onto CDs.