Photography by Russ Hanson: Fast, Flexible Commercial Photos
for Web Sites and Catalogs
When a digital image is
your destination, choose the route that suits you best. Hanson
Photo • Video • Communications offers you several paths
to excellent digital images.
by Russ Hanson:
Fast and Filmless — No Negatives!
Digital imaging has
revolutionized our business in both photography and video. Not only
are digital sessions
at Hanson Photo Video fast, efficient and fun. You can view images
as they are being captured right in the studio. Corporate photos that
originate in digital form are ready soon after capture for uploading
to Web sites or placement in catalogs and other digitally produced
publications. Your images are provided to you on CD-ROM ... in exactly
the formats you need, and with the finishing touches (including color
correction, compositing and retouching) that make them memorable.
Your digital files are
the raw material for countless channels of communication, from
traditional print and broadcast applications to new media tailored to
today’s brief attention spans and demand for customer-driven
information. In addition to stills and footage for Web sites, we help
you get the most from your images with iCDs (interactive CD-based
multimedia presentations), slide presentations on DVD. Our digital
video services integrate perfectly with these approaches.
Additional Digital Services
Hanson Photo • Video • Communications
offers a number of additional services related to digital imaging:
Expert retouching and compositing
High-end negative and transparency scanning (Agfa
Digital true photographic output (Fujix
post-production for a variety of
uses, from print reproduction to the Web and other media.
& Reproduction Rights
Our policy is to assign copyright — and all future
reproduction rights — to our clients at the time they pay for our
services. We will be happy to provide you with a formal release of
copyright to facilitate future use of your image. (We retain only the
right to use images made on your behalf in photographic displays and