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We promised you a special announcement this week, and here it is. American Photo Colorizing is currently colorizing photos for an upcoming Civil War TV-documentary and for a major Hollywood legend.
In May (2015) we will have a selection of Civil War images on exhibit at the Afro American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC – which are also being used to promote the upcoming Grand Review of the Troops celebration in the city.The future is looking brighter every day – and so, we’ve decided to pass along our blessings to all of you.
On Monday, when you visit our American Photo Colorizing website – you’ll find we have dramatically cut our prices for Private Party Non-Commercial Use. This includes family photos you ask us to colorize – and colorized historical images from our Photo Gallery.
In the meantime, you’ll receive the new prices when you order. We’ve been real busy with a couple of large orders, so, updating the website has had to take a backseat. But, we’ll have the new Price Guide page designed and uploaded by Monday morning.
For years, our prices for colorizing family photos have been: $100.00 for a single-subject portrait, and $150.00 for a detailed indoor or outdoor scene.
Beginning today – American Photo Colorizing will colorize ANY Private Party Non-Commercial Use family photo for Only $49.95
(plus $2.50 processing fee). Orders are payable via PayPal.
In our Photo Gallery you’ll receive big savings on colorized historical photos going all the way back to the 1840s. You can choose from 100s of colorized images via PayPal. Best part is: You can purchase images for as little as $9.99 each, when you buy multiple images.
We at American Photo Colorizing thank you for allowing us to serve your photo colorizing needs since July 4, 2002.
A visit to our website gets you started: http://www.americanphotocolorizing.com
The year is 1940. It was a very good year for Frank Sinatra. On January 26th, he kicked off the new year as new male vocalist of the great Tommy Dorsey band, releasing 40 recordings during 1940. Frankie’s career took off like a rocket. By 1941, he was #1 in America, voted Top Male Vocalist in Billboard and Downbeat polls. With legions of young “bobby-soxers” screaming and fainting at the slightest sway of his slender frame, Frankie became America’s first teen idol. On December 30, 1942, Frankie debuted at New York’s Paramount Theater backed by the Benny Goodman Orchestra to a packed house of screaming bobby-soxers. Sinatra recalled the night, “The sound that greeted me was absolutely deafening. It was a tremendous roar. Five thousand kids, stamping, yelling, screaming, applauding. I was scared stiff. I couldn’t move a muscle. Benny Goodman froze, too. He was so scared he turned around, looked at the audience and said, ‘What the hell is that?’. I burst out laughing.”