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From Curt I love the art of photography. I have been photographing for over 43 years. It is my passion.  Since 2006, when I opened Digital Dunes, I have striven to be at the forefront of all things photographic. Whether it’s taking the image or doing post processing or photo finishing, I want the best possible end result.  At Digital Dunes, I use the best equipment available: Canon, Epson, Adobe, MAC, X-Rite,  Bogen, Speedotron, Lowepro and many other proven industry leaders in the photographic world. I use these tools in a work flow that sets new standards for photography, printing and photo finishing.  With the standards set, Digital Dunes wants to exceed your expectations and give you the best service and product available. What We Do  * Creative Professional Photography * Weddings & Receptions * Families, Seniors, Kids & Babies * Pet Photography * Studio or Location…

Specializing in Legacy Portraiture, Rodger provides images of the the inner traits and personalities of the people he photographs.  Titling his work  “Legacy Portraiture”, he makes portraits that show the things about his subjects that friends and family love most.  The photo environment can be in the studio or in a location that puts additional meaning into the image.  Happiness is guaranteed.  Rodger also offers uniuqe art photography, showing remarkable scenes of the local area, along with wildlife and travel photos.  Many examples can be scene at the office and studio on the corner of First and Harbor Streets in Florence.

The Archives was founded in the search to restore a legacy. Milton H. Greene died in 1985 believing that 80% of his 300,000 image collection was lost forever to deterioration. His son, Joshua Greene spent the next ten years searching for a way to restore his fathers photography. After many attempts with traditional restoration practices, Joshua Greene was introduced to the miracle of Digital Restoration. In 1994 Joshua Greene founded The Archives. The Archives has digitally restored hundreds of Milton's original images to date, and is actively involved in restoring, archiving and representing other historical collections both public and private. The Archives' exclusive printing process produces state of the art digitally re-mastered prints with an enduring lifespan of up to 200 years! As compared to traditional photographic prints that have been scientifically rated to last 60…