Yesterday, in spite of the fact that my almost-ten-year-old granddaughter was a bit under the weather, we went to visit my daughter's workplace. Cliff and Jim had taken the tour before, but Deb and I had not. Wow, was I ever impressed! (Click on any picture to make it larger.)
They do work for professional photographers, and actually they have nothing in common with One-hour Photo. Forget I even mentioned that.
This is quite possible the cleanest place I've ever been, next to my sister's home. Everything is shiny and white and spotless. Rachel tells me that's a necessity, since the tiniest speck of dust can ruin a photo.
I was simply amazed with all the things they can do with a photo.
They can put a photo on a metal can, or on jewelry. They can take your picture and make posters or calendars. And a lot of these processes are not as expensive as you might think: The reason for the reasonable prices is that they are wholesale, so
Rachel had told Jim that she could have a picture of his prize car put on metal, and she wanted him to watch it done.
I could tell that this was a state-of-the-art company, ready to do whatever is necessary to keep up with the times; I'm glad to know my daughter has a job with such a high-class, cutting-edge company.