This is the oldest known aerial photograph. Boston in 1860, shot from a balloon.
Preserving history, both public histories and family histories, is especially important to us. It's a special privilege to have records of our past with the level of detail and durability currently possible. If you'd like to preserve your family's archives, feel free to message us or call 615-479-8510.
As a head's up to our customers, the railroad tracks crossing Fogg Street are currently under construction. Access from 8th Ave. is blocked, and we recommend using Lafayette and Ewing when visiting us. Thanks and have a great day!
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This just highlights how important it is to handle a digital transfer with deliberation and care.
We were following the progress of Hurricane Sandy and ran across this footage of the 1938 hurricane that hit New England. There's some interesting undercranked clips and the like, the feel of film just adds something that's very difficult to fake.
We've opened a new location serving west Tennessee! So if you live in Memphis or the surrounding area and have film, photos, slides, or videotape to transfer to digital, call Catie at 615-479-8510, ext. 6 or visit her at the Memphis Flea Market. She's been with our company at the Nashville locations for many years, and can help you out with anything you need. We look forward to hearing from you!
Last month we had the great honor of doing some charity work for a friend. John Nance's story is heart-wrenching, but his attitude and philosophy are anything but. We helped produce a video highlighting his story for the Neuro Film Festival, currently in progress. The video can be watched at http://youtu.be/FFExLXXIoIk, and if you care to vote for it in the competition, you can do so at http://patients.aan.com/neurofilmfestival/index.cfm… We had a great time producing this, and hope you enjoy it as much as we do.