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From the very beginning the reproduction of art work as well as old photographs quickly became a vital part of our business. We worked hard at perfecting the process, developing our own proprietary techniques. In time, we had retained many artists as well as a number of museums as steady customers. We simply called it "copy". But that was back in the old days when we used something called "film" and operated big nasty machines called "processors" and they were noisy and stinky and hot and wet! Ugh.
But then the Digital Age dawned and in time, or a few times anyway, we adapted all we had learned to this truly incredible technology. While this switch happened more than just a few years ago, the quality that we are now able to produce astounds us everyday... and we do it every day.
Today we use a wide variety of equipment, technology, and techniques to produce the best possible "scan", as they are now called, for you and all.
[We're also pretty happy that when it comes time to clean our machines it involves running a program and not scraping sludge out of some sort of tank or something.]
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