Carmie brought in her parent’s original documents for immigration through Ellis Island in 1919. She had us scan, restore and reprint her damaged documents. They are much easier to read now and you don’t have to be afraid to handle this copy. see image at leftDaniel from the UK emailed us with a special request. …
Rob brought in some old 8mm silent family home movies to be transferred to digital files on a flash drive. They look to be to be late 6os and early 70s. Check out this quick clip complete with babies, puppies, classic cars, hair rollers, pointy eye glasses, house dresses, and old fashioned edge trimming the yard all in 1 minute. Bring back any blasts from the past for you?
Jessica brought in a video tape for repair and transfer to mp4 file on a flash drive. The video tape had been stuck in her camera but when removed by the client it had crumpled and torn. She only wanted the first part which is a baby video not the later part that had been recorded over. The unwanted recording was made when the baby was playing with the camera. That baby is now graduating from high school and they want to share this baby video at his graduation.
Newspaper about Japan surrender from 1942, interesting photos from 1970 and 1909, 8-track mix recording transferred, video of a twirler on a cruise ship, joke gifts made from photos, tiny prints for a locket for a daughter.
Work is coming to us from some people still cleaning up storage areas during the pandemic, others being evacuated by nearby fires, others have lost family members due to covid and are having old family media digitized and some planning ahead with preserved family memory Christmas gifts.
Learned about a Navy hazing ritual from transferring 8mm film footage, scanning lots of slides and negatives due to covid, divorce and death, restored several photos that were stuck to glass and help 2 clients record some audio/video in the studio for them to share virtually during the pandemic.
Interesting Project included: Transferrred 40 Jaz and Zip drives for the Federal Bureau of Prisons and 100’s of negatives for a client who wanted them digitized as part of her New Year’s resolution.
Our client, Jim, found some negatives of his ancestors in a collection from Brown-Harano Photography at the Lincoln County Historical Museum in Nebraska. Maybe they have negatives of your family too.
Happy Saturday! Leave A Legacy here with another awesome post about the many services that we offer! As of writing this post, there is only 19 days left till Christmas! With that, don’t you think it’s time to bring your memories into one of our two amazing locations? We are located in both Denver and …