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Your Beautiful Faded Memories...
Your memories are priceless. Images of days gone by, revisited in photographs of the past. Let us help you bring those images back to life.
The Archives began with the pioneering restoration of the works of Milton H. Greene. Milton's photographs had deteriorated beyond repair. In Milton's photo of Marilyn Monroe to the right, you can see an image of Marilyn before the restoration and after.
...Professionally Restored with New Life and Preserved for You...
Do your images need caring attention and refined expertise? We give you:
Sponsors and Partners:
|Restoring the Stars - www.apple.com
Read this article from Apple that features The Archives and our Restoration Process.
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|HP Archival Prints - Learn more about our Hewlett-Packard connection and Archival Prints that last 200 years!
The Archives exclusive print imaging beta tests with the DesignJet 5000 PS.
|Learn more about our partnership with Hahnemuhle and the archival and imaging qualities of their newest line of Digital Imaging papers.
...and Personally handled with Caring Expertise.
You can relax... knowing your antique, collectable, or genealogy photographs are in the hands of professionals with over 20 years experience in photographic restoration.
Our clients include professional photographers, private collectors, and fine art museums worldwide. As well as some folks at the local market, a few guys at the firehouse, and family and friends. The photo to the right was restored for a local client here in Florence, Oregon. The original was cleaned, scanned and restored. Notice the tape, scratches and tears in the original.
There are quite a few restoration services popping up on the internet today... yet there are very few restoration experts with the aptitude, experience and acclaim of The Archives.
What's more? Your restored photo will be printed with HP Designjet printers and UV inks on Hahnemühle media. This archival print solution is exclusive to The Archives. The resulting images are scientifically projected to have a life span of over 200 years.
What do our customers say? Just ask Kimberly Kwan:
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