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.
We have all sorts of VCRs, video cameras, reel-to-reel, 8-track, and record players that you can use in our Fort Collins store to preview your videos or old audio before you have us transfer it to digital for you. We also have a light table that you can use to look at negatives, slides and
Are you aware that insurance doesn’t usually cover photo restoration? One of our clients is a prime example. We recently received boxes of damaged photos from Pat & Larry and gave them and their insurance company an estimate to scan and restore them all. The insurance company, like many others, will only cover either the
Good day! We hope that you are reading this blog in good spirits! Leave A Legacy here to dish out some wonderful information about some of the many fantastic services that we offer to you! We are sure that just about everyone has a stock pile of old photos. It can be anything like prints,
Hello There! As the title suggests, time is ticking! We are now 12 days away from Christmas! Bring in your old media and get it digitized today! We offer a variety of services that will make your old media look new again! PHOTOS/SLIDES/NEGATIVES Everything from small wallet sized pictures to large pictures, slides of all
How to Determine the Emulsion Side of your Negatives? http://youtu.be/Ky8mtbtjwC4 This post is to share with you about determining the emulsion side of your negatives. The emulsion side consists of a silver halide colloidal particles dispersed in a gelatin matrix. The reason why you want to determine the emulsion side is so that you can
This post is to share with you about cleaning negatives. The same procedure works for all sizes of negatives including: 110, 35mm, 126, APS and oversized negatives. If your negatives are more dirty than that we recommend purchasing Anti-Stat Film Cleaner. It is somewhat expensive and it is rather aromatic so you’ll want to use it in a well-ventilated area. Moisten a smooth microfiber cloth with the film cleaning solution and then rub it on your especially dirty negative. You can use it on both sides of the negative.
Knock two birds out with one stone!
After a disaster, like the tornadoes that hit us a few weeks ago, we are foremost thankful for the safety of our family and neighbors. What you hear people say while looking upon the wreckage of their home is that, of all of the valuables lost or damaged, what we value the most are our