I love the printed photograph, especially ones that are old. Older, vintage, photographs show us a time long gone, capturing the way it was then. Of course, the older the photograph, the more likely they …Read More →
Posts By: Kristy McClenagan
Damage to your photos can happen in a variety of ways, through improper storage containers, exposure to sunlight, damp storage surroundings and much more. Photo restoration techniques can help bring your photos back to a …Read More →
My passion is helping people save their photos, keeping them safe so that you have them to enjoy today and tomorrow.
In this journey, I’ve come across The Rescued Film Project and I …Read More →
I truly love older, vintage photos but often these photos have not been stored properly or suffer damage throughout the years. This can happen to any photo, no matter how old it is; when it …Read More →
I love tangible keepsakes! And, I love creating those keepsakes using photos. I wanted to share some recent photo gifts to get you thinking about what you can do to share your precious memories!
Vacation Photo …Read More →
I love working with photos, whether it be in helping you organize or preserving them for the future, but I have an absolute passion for helping you enjoy your photos, your stories, here and now.
I …Read More →
I LOVE the printed photograph. While I do advocate to have your photos stored digitally, there are also some very good reasons to have the printed photo in hand, too.
1 – Print photos make great …Read More →
I am a photo organizer by trade, but my real passion lies in helping you enjoy your photos, your family’s story, here and now.
I truly enjoy helping you make something from nothing, so to speak; …Read More →
Mother Nature isn’t always kind. We suffer tornadoes, hurricanes and other natural disasters and in the process, survivors are devastated by the losses they suffer. Insurance can help replace material possessions – furniture, clothes, dishes, …Read More →
If you’re like most people, your printed photos may be stored in boxes, drawers, file cabinets, photo albums and many more places.
What happens when you go to find pictures of grandma and grandpa and they’re …Read More →