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Maybe you can envision the perfect invitation for your bridal shower . . . or you've dreamed up a great new look for your company logo . . . . Problem is, you don't have the time, the software, or the slightest idea how to make it a reality! 

Contact us with your ideas and we'll make them come to life!  We can even design something for you to print yourself.  We're flexible, and we've designed all sorts of projects for a host of different occasions.  

And if you're still searching for the perfect photo to enhance your project or express your ideas, we can help there, too, thanks to more than 30 years of experience in photojournalism. 

(See our Photography page for more information.)

 


The image above is billboard-sized ad designed to display 
before movies on the screens at the Garden Drive-In theater.
 



The silhouettes above were
created from actual images
of the client's pets, then
framed and hung in
a group on her wall!


 
Below are a few projects we've done in the past.  We can customize many of these concepts to your needs as well:
 
Main street businesses - original photo is at left, at right photo brightened, bricks on farthest right building cleaned and brightened. 
Below, lampposts were lowered and railing added.
 

 
 
Shadows removed from behind groom's head.
 
       
Colorized treatment of a black and white bridal photo, and background, then various colors added to the cake.
 
 
Handmade party hats

Christmas card

Business card


Party invitation

Web Design

 
Remington's Restaurant, Tunkhannock, PA


Travers Auctions


Noxen, PA 

 

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