I’m delighted with the framing Clear Image did of my old pool-shooter photo that for years resided in a crummy old dime-store frame. It now resides proudly on our wall of photos, giving proper due to the woman who took the photo.
In San Francisco in the 70s when my friend Annie Liebovitz was chief photographer for Rolling Stone, Annie graciously agreed to photograph me dressed in a tuxedo and holding a pool cue for a book about pool hustlers that I had just written. Not surprisingly she did a wonderful job. Recently I asked Clear Image to re-frame one of those photos to better showcase Annie’s deserved reputation as one of the world’s most renowned photographers. Your work was spectacular: meticulous, tasteful and exquisitely crafted. I am thrilled. A cherished family photo is now a museum quality heirloom.