Visual Recollection is owned and operated by professional photographers and designers whose formal visual arts training was founded on the principle of producing quality work. Our primary objective is always to meet or exceed the expectations of our clients, by producing quality results and providing the best possible service tailored to your specific needs.
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Restoring a Ripped Photo

Restoring a Ripped Photo

We encounter all types of issues when dealing with photo restoration.  As photographs age, they like many other things, begin to break down over time and become very delicate and brittle, usually resulting in rips, cracks and tears.  One of the biggest causes of torn photos is clients trying to remove their photos from old...
Max London's

Max London’s

Max London’s is a restaurant and bar committed to a high standard of food and drink, where using what is local and seasonal affects all of their menu choices.  Providing people with real food from real farms in the community is their passion.  They strive to create an atmosphere that is sophisticated yet comfortable, where...
Color Balance and Retouching

Color Balance and Retouching

This was the only photography taken of this couples wedding.  Color restoration, saturation, levels and contrast were all issues to be addressed.  After some time we were able to retouch this photo back to its former grandeur, allowing our client to share it with the rest of the family that had never seen it.
Black and White Restoration

Black and White Restoration

After we scanned the materials, we then proceeded with the restoration of the new digital image, without altering the original. Our restoration specialists can repair almost any kind of damage and will work to restore your photographs to their former grandeur. With extreme care we address a variety of issues including cracks, extensive tears and...
Badger Creek Ranch

Badger Creek Ranch

We got to fly to Colorado to shoot photos for Badger Creek Ranch’s website, business cards and promotional packages.  As they say a picture is worth a thousand words, possibly more in the case of Badger Creek Ranch. Visit Badger Creek Ranch for more info, pricing and info.  www.badgercreekranch.com Badger Creek Ranch is a working...
Maybe The Bride of Frankenstein

Maybe The Bride of Frankenstein

It was a dark and stormy night…Ok maybe not, but that would be a fitting scenario for this awesome design project that we got the privilege of working on. Our client came to us in hopes to have custom table number cards and seating cards designed for her wedding.  Typically when doing a job like...
Trés Jolie Cakes

Trés Jolie Cakes

Sweets and baked goods have always held a warm spot in my heart, or better yet a large area located inside my stomach.  Whisk the creative, fun and talent of Emily Parker – Petersen in a large, steel bowl and you have a sugar coated, edible delight that might just take your breath away before...
Badger Creek Ranch

Badger Creek Ranch

Badger Creek Ranch is a working cattle and guest ranch located high in the spectacular Colorado Rocky Mountains.  When approaching the project of designing business cards for this client, we thought it only made sense to have one side of the card with the contact info, and the other side to show different spectacular views that...
Young Again

Young Again

As we are all well aware, aging is inevitable.  We all grow older, change color and oh yeah, wiser.  That doesn’t have to be the case with your photographs.  Let us help keep “you” (your photos)  forever young, or at least until Michael J fox comes back in that Delorian. Studio portrait c. 1970. Full...
Faded, but not forgotten

Faded, but not forgotten

This was one of the first jobs we received after opening up shop.  A local woman, who’s family is rich with history in the city of Saratoga Springs reached out to us to try and give new life to photos that she had been hanging onto for a very long time.  Although they were severely...
Ripped Photograph Restored

Ripped Photograph Restored

There is a funny story that goes with this photo.  The woman who owned this photograph was finally ready to have this photo restored, 50 something years after she got into a fight and ripped it in half herself.  The problem was, she didn’t want it to leave her house.  So since we decided it...