My first love has come alive again. Unbelievable what a little bit of modern technology and a huge amount of artistic ability can do with a 60 yr. old Kodak picture. In addition, this beloved ’34 Ford is framed in a gorgeous antique frame adding to my delight.
I would never have believed we would be so lucky to find such abilities locally.
“Thanks for the memories,” per Carol Burnette. It could not be said more appropriately!
Brad and Gail Smith
Bill and Anna,
Thank you for preserving the visual portion of the family tree. Truly love the photos, they’re great! I’ve got another scheduled to do in the near future. Thanks again for your patience and professionalism.
Sincerely, John Atkins
Just wanted to send you a quick email! I took the photos you did for me to my Grandmother’s last weekend and she started to cry. She was so happy to see them look that good. She was totally blown away. It was an amazing experience. I’ve been by to see her again this weekend and she’s been bragging all over the nursing home about them. Having people come see them and took a photo of them to show others as well. Thank you again for being so awesome at what you do! I’ll be back again soon!
I can't thank you enough for the wonderful job you've done in copying and in some instances enhancing my family's pictures from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Also, the creative work on my Christmas cards has made me something of a celebrity. People tell me they still display the cards from past years.
Sincerely, G.S. Crihfield
Thank you for all your help with our family's photos. They look terrific! You're a magician - the Aiken County Historical Museum and the veterans of Company C are really going to enjoy the photos you made -
Gratefully, Mrs. Mary R. Welch
After hanging the photo of the Court and looking at it more closely, I see more clearly what a great job you did in bringing it back to life. The colors are richer and truer, particularly the wood; and everything is sharper, particularly the faces of the justices, which stand out better than ever. Also, the portraits behind the bench are much truer to how they really look both in clarity and color. In all, you did a splendid job on a difficult assignment. Porter and I are very pleased with the photo as it now appears. Thanks so much for your excellent work. Hope our paths will cross again.
-Jim Exum, Former Chief Justice, NC Supreme Supreme Court