Kathleen brought in a very damaged photo of two cute little girls. We carefully scanned the 18 x20 crumbling photo in on our wide format scanner, restored its former glory, brought back the sepia tone and then reprinted it as a more manageable photo at 11×17. What a transformation! We have loads of slides coming …
David had over 1000 loose family photos sorted into 3 groups. Leave A Legacy helped him to complete his project by scanning them and making them into 3 different slideshows to share. Ann brought Leave A Legacy several scanning projects totaling over 2000 family photos. They really brought back some memories. Remember these child contraptions …
Teresa brought in a collection of 74 audio cassettes to be transferred to mp3 files. The cassettes are all recordings made of her dad reading classic books. He is very expressive. They have copies of all of the books to follow along. These mp3 files will now be played for his great grandchildren. What a great treasure to pass down through the generations. Check out his wonderful voice as he introduces the book “All Creatures Great and Small” that he is going to read.
Expanding our operation to another site in Wellington, sharing fun projects and their stories (grandma’s recipe book pages, Stock show ribbons from 1932, military photos and films) are shared.
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.
Highlights of the last month include restoration of cute faded photo of our client, transfer of old family video tapes, photo printing of one location photographed on two different days, historical albums and photos scanned and printed and long lost negatives revived.