For more than 20 years, the professional photographers at Charlie's Angels Photography have worked to capture images that not only preserve memories but also incorporate artistic touches. Their digital galleries boast shots from larger occasions such as weddings and runway shows to private events such as boudoir and portrait sessions. Their staff also includes professional makeup artists, who can prep subjects for shoots or gussy up complexions before weddings or high-school-graduation re-enactments.
Printing services including digital, variable data, offset and all finishing services.
Large format printing including flexible and non flexible materials
Signage for indoor and outdoor
Any and all things printed
Videotapes are inherently limited by the physical nature of the format. Their magnetic signal and physical integrity deteriorates over time and multiple viewings, and they support a lower resolution than what is currently standard. Not to mention that the vast majority of VHS players have been either thrown out or repurposed into panini toasters. Network Sound and Video overcomes the limits of video limits by transferring tapes onto DVDs, which enjoy a much longer shelf life. This service is just a facet of their expansive media knowledge, which also includes video production, disc duplication, and film restoration. As editors, the shop's staffers also specialize in the creation of stylish videos for slide shows, family histories, and sports highlights.
Big Frog transfers custom and premade designs onto everything from garments and towels to mousepads and flags. Customers tailor textiles to their liking with a large selection of design ideas to jump-start stalled imagination engines, a graphic designer on staff to offer advice, and a range of clothing styles to choose from. Print a picture of your favorite ex-attorney general onto a white cotton T-shirt ($14.99) or a custom apron ($21.99). The shop also stocks illustratable knickknacks such as mousepads ($10.79), coasters ($6), puzzles ($15), and golf towels ($13.99).
Midway through the process of framing a vintage Woodstock ticket and corresponding newspaper article for a customer, owner Brian Smith realized that his original design didn't suit the customer's taste and started over, finally arriving at a striking image that delighted the client. With an artist's intuition, Mr. Smith makes sure that each piece he creates suits each client's style, whether he's framing a sports jersey or a very loyal Roomba. He and his dexterous staff employ handpicked tools, such as float mounting, deckled edges, and high-definition framing, to preserve each piece and help it stand out from its surroundings. Eco-friendly framing options ensure that customers can rest easy, knowing that their wooden frame came directly from a sustainable forest and not a plastic mine.