The Brown University Library, Garibaldi Panorama

--4.5 feet high by 273 feet long double-sided watercolor scroll. Shot on-site in 91 four-foot sections, one 250 MB file for each section. Click here for Zoomify to observe close-up of image detail! This was a comprehensive job that was shot on-location at Brown University. It required the delicate care of art preservation assistants, the transport, setup, and breakdown of the BetterLight System, and both of our senior-level staff, Steve and Bill.


Columbia University,
The Barbara Curtis
Adachi Bunraku Collection
for the Starr East Asian Library

--Scanning and archiving of thousands of slides into 16-bit high resolution files to preserve images of Japanese puppet theater.

University of Connecticut Libraries,
Thomas Dodd Research Center

--On-site and in-studio digitization of children’s books (many rare first editions).

Here is a scientific illustration at University of Connecticut!


Harvard Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

--Digital capture of 8x10 glass plate negatives on-site. The unprecedented quality of the BetterLight technology used rendered superior files which revealed more information and detail than had previously ever been seen. Click here to zoom into one of the negatives!


Boston Athenaeum

--Digital capture of rare books, daguerreotypes, paintings, engravings, photographs, manuscripts, maps, sculptures, decorative arts, and other artifacts of history and design. Our images were published in the recent book, Acquired Tastes, 200 Years of Collecting for the Boston Athenaeum.

Mount Auburn Cemetery

--Digital capture of pages of 19th century volumes of letter press books, all containing fragile onion skin pages requiring the utmost care.

Here is another image at Mount Auburn Cemetary!


David Winton Bell Gallery

--In-studio and on-location digital capture of artwork hosted by Brown University. Shot a wide-range of visual art mediums to be processed for reproduction, archiving, and web usage. Click here to zoom into this fine art print!



Corning Museum of Glass

--Digitization of thousands of books, scans of thousands of books and catalogues, and now we also handle a rush-order system through file sharing to turn work around within 1-3 days, which is a great improvement compared to a transmission that typically takes 2-3 weeks to fully complete. Take a close-up look at negatives that we have scanned: Zoom into black and white 120 film! Zoom into color 120 film!

Client List

  • Brown University Library
  • Columbia University
  • University of Connecticut Libraries
  • Mount Auburn Cemetery
  • Brooklyn Historical Society
  • Oregon Historical Society
  • Florida Fish and Wildlife (U.S.G.S.)
  • Harvard University, Collection of Historic Scientific Instruments
  • Harvard College Library, Judaica Division
  • New York University Libraries
  • National Park Service Vietnam Veterans Wall Longfellow House
  • Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
  • University of Michigan Art Museum
  • Radcliffe Schlesinger Library
  • Boston Athenaeum Library
  • Connecticut History Online Project
  • Mystic Seaport Museum
  • Burndy Library/Cambridge
  • Brandeis University Libraries, Honore Daumier Lithograph Collection
  • Boston Public Library, Sports Temple Project, Bromley Atlases
  • Mass Historical Society
  • Lockwood Edition Audubon Collection
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