You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. And you’ll want to hit play again and again.
With technology changing the format in which we store our memories, Memory Mash-Up provides a modern solution for all of your favorite moments. Easily blend pictures, videos and a variety of media right off of your phone or computer to make a product you’ll enjoy for years to come. Have old photos or videos from years ago? Not a problem – bring them in to be digitized before the Mash is created.
What is a Memory Mash-Up?
It’s a collection – a virtual mix tape with various photos, video clips and digital files mashed into one amazing mini-movie.
Because the Memory Mash-Up has such an emotional experience – it makes a great gift or celebratory keepsake. Here are just a few of the ways people are using it:
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To create your own Memory Mash-Up bring your photos and videos into Bergen County Camera and one of our imaging experts will help you get started. If you have any questions about this exciting new service feel free to call 201-664-4113 or email. What are your thoughts on the Memory Mash-Up? Let us know in the comments section below.
Our new Epson Stylus Pro 7900 has arrived! This 24” wide printer uses Epson’s new Ultrachrome HDR pigment ink technology. With 10 colors including orange and green, this is the widest color gamut ever from an Epson Stylus Pro printer. This printer allows you to get the most out of your digital images, making breathtaking color prints and enlargements! The black and white prints are also spectacular. With Epson’s three level black ink technology, the 7900 simultaneously prints with black, light black and light light black inks, providing outstanding highlight-to-shadow grayscale accuracy for a smoother tonal range. But don’t take my word for it, come see for yourself! Bring us a print-ready digital image and we’ll make you a free custom 8×10 enlargement*. Just mention this article at the processing counter to receive your free print!
*One enlargement per customer for in-store pickup. If original is a print, slide or negative, scanning charges will apply.
Two weeks ago I went to Photoshop World in Orlando. With the nice weather we’ve been having lately you would think I’d be outside soaking it up. But instead, I’ve been glued to my computer trying all the new techniques I learned. I went down on Tuesday for a pre conference workshop with Richard Harrington on shooting video with a DSLR. We filmed a Celtic rock band called Seven Nations. The next three days were filled with Photoshop and Lightroom classes given by great instructors like Scott Kelby, Katrin Eisman and Rick Sammon (to name a few.) My brain is full!
During the opening keynote we got a sneak peak at CS5, the new version of Photoshop that comes out on April 12th. Looks like they’ve packed this upgrade with a lot of exciting new features! The content aware fill is going to save me so much time when retouching photos I might actually get to go enjoy some of this beautiful weather!
Also while I was in Orlando, Adobe released Lightroom 3 Beta 2. Some exciting new features are the ability to shoot tethered, DSLR video management and noise reduction (that really works!) I just started using Lightroom recently and now I can’t live without it! Shooting and processing RAW files is so easy, it has really streamlined my workflow.