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  • Tomorrow's Treasures Picture
    Custom Framing business. Photo restorations, large format printing. Great creative shadow boxes to display your treasured items. In business over 36 years
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    333 W Cedar St
    Akron, OH US
  • ARS Video
    ARS Video goes back 25 years, and three generations of its founding family have overseen the company’s growth. What started in 1987 with a room-sized machine continues today on desktop computers: the staff transfers VHS or Hi8 footage, slides, pictures, and 8mm and 16mm film to DVDs. They also transfer audiocassettes and reel-to-reel audio to CDs or recover video from hard drives, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs. Beyond working with long-ago recorded images, the ARS team ventures out to perform videography and editing services for bat mitzvahs and bar mitzvahs, weddings, and TV pilots—the ones who sit in a TV’s cockpit.
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    89 West Ave
    Tallmadge, OH US
  • KSET Studios LLC
    Film students represent a distinct sector of the undergrad community, one characterized by abundant creativity and an intense professional drive. That’s why KSET Studios LLC staffs film students to produce its marketing videos for individuals and businesses. With the studio’s stock of modern equipment, the staff captures footage to create web videos, instructional videos, video résumés, and many other multimedia projects.
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    1865 Arndale Rd. Ste D
    Stow, OH US
  • Fotobet
    Using archival-quality materials, Fotobet incorporates artfully captured photographs and user-submitted images to forge personalized prints and greeting cards that make for one-of-a-kind wedding presents, home decorations, and gifts. Customers choose from an arsenal of striking snapshots that symbolize each letter of a special name, word, or Scrabble rack. For instance, they can select an image of the Brooklyn Bridge's gothic arches to represent the letter M, a carriage wheel to stand in for O, or a mediocre report card to symbolize C. The photographed letters—which are all original shots taken in New York City—can be left in color, tinted in sepia tone, or rendered in black and white. Customers can choose from more than 13,000 custom-cut frame and mat combinations to create an original Fotobet picture. They can also opt for the smaller-scale Fotobet Jr. to decorate a cozy space or kids' rooms, or go with a Fotobet Mini, which mounts selected images on 8"x10" or 4"x10" blocks of beveled wood.:m]]
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    95 Executive Parkway
    Hudson, OH US
  • Contemporary Photography by Robert Gary
    The Medina Gazette ?s Best of the Best Photographer for 2009 and 2010, photographer Bob Mihalko boasts 25 years of experience capturing the light. Specializing in studio shoots, family photos, and senior portraits, Mihalko?s work runs the gamut from formal to absurd, incorporating such relevant props as musical instruments, sports equipment, and collections of shrunken heads. With a pair of studio shoots, patrons can preen for over-the-mantel posterity before returning another day for a series of shots. Whether an engagement photo or baby?s first portrait, Mihalko sends subjects home with a brace of 11?x14? enlargements perfectly sized for dining-room display or tricking police when you're unlawfully using the car-pool lane.
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    201 West Liberty Street
    Medina, OH US
  • Gallery In The Vault
    Earning a nod as Best Art Gallery in the Akron-Canton area from Fox 8?s Hot List in 2009 and a nomination for the Wooster 2010 Small Business Award, the custom framers at Gallery in the Vault apply an artist?s eye and an aesthetician?s touch to every project, spiffing up everything from reality-TV-star posters to their specialty, illuminated manuscripts. Employing local artists and visiting talent from around the world, Gallery in the Vault has earned a reputation for framing illuminated manuscripts from the Middle Ages, dating as far back as 1200 AD. Their artisans developed a unique technique to make both sides of the hand-calligraphied pages visible and capable of lively conversation. Print-owners with other framing needs can choose from an array of techniques, materials, and artist accents. Prices vary based on print sizes and customer preferences. For example, the Vault?s technicians can enhance an 11"x14" print of a ferret in a floppy hat with a 17"x20" gold frame ($150), gold fillet molding ($45), and a green cotton mat ($25). Along with the glass front ($22), fitting ($20), and other mounting materials ($10), the project would run about $272.
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    105 E Liberty St
    Wooster, OH US
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