Author Archives: Dave

Memories and photo improvement

Our photos are our visual memories – places we have visited, people we have met, events we have attended, … A small minority are destined for display but the vast majority will be stored digitally or on paper until we view … Continue reading

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Giclée printing, can you see the difference?

The term giclée (pronounced zhee-klay) printing is one that has become widely used in recent years as a shorthand for high quality or fine art printing but what is it? There is no unique process associated with giclée printing. The term is derived … Continue reading

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Renovating old photos

The process of restoring old photos to their former glory usually requires work at a very detailed level and can be time-consuming. I find that following the same process every time, reduces the overall time taken and the potential for rework. The … Continue reading

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Improvement and Renovation

All prints, film negatives and slides deteriorate over time and they can also get damaged through years of storage which may lead to mould growth or unwanted creases and tears. We can take away those years of deterioration and damaged areas that occur … Continue reading

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Working with the environment

We have always had a strong commitment to the environment and use ecologically sound products and suppliers wherever possible. These include recycled paper for our communication and business stationery and we continue to source new products and materials such as … Continue reading

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