New York-based Merri Cyr has been photographing artists and rock musicians for almost 30 years. When she came to us needing a perfect scan for a 20 year-old color negative, […]
Follow the link below for a recap of our day digitizing damaged photographs from Hurricane Sandy. Snapshots of Sandy: Group restores victims’ photos.
If you know anybody who had photographs damaged during Hurricane Sandy tell them to go to SVA this weekend where we will be on site digitizing and restoring photographs with […]
Operation Photo Rescue’s announcement about teaming up to help digitize family photographs damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Operation Photo Rescue Gearing Up For New York We are excited to announce that […]
We have added a new scanner to our digitization lineup: The Hasselblad Flextight X1.
Dear Friends, This is a reminder that on Monday October 31st, I am presenting a ½-day seminar, Introduction to Basic Imaging, in Princeton, NJ. It will be hosted by Princeton […]
photo by Dan Perry photo by Ariel Torres Dear Photograph is a photo blog with a simple premise: old snapshots are brought back to the site where they were originally taken and […]
A free seminar Wednesday, March 30th, 7-9pm, followed by Q&A with refreshments. Fine art digital printmaker, Ken Allen, cuts through industry hype and references the latest conservation research to provide […]
[blip.tv ?posts_id=3991284&dest=-1] On August 9th, 2010, Ken Allen offers a seminar to the Society of American Archivists’ annual conference about how to do basic imaging and small digitization projects. The […]
Our most recent success at the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY) has revolutionized their digital image library. We won a 7 month project to digitize 28,000 photographs, […]