Welcome to the Moldaner's Camera and Imaging website! We're glad you're here. Please take the time to check out our many products and services. We hope you find our site informative. We are the only true photo specialty retail camera store left in New Orleans. Please help support local businesses. Although we don't carry the inventory we did pre-Katrina, we can order whatever you may need. Check out our special services, like our archival scanning and digital wide-format printing services.
We are also the ONLY dealer in the South Louisiana/Mississippi area that still stocks traditional black and white darkroom paper and supplies !
In recent years, we have begun specializing in the printing of numerous photographic art exhibits. We will soon be adding a gallery section of some of our projects, to give you a better idea of just what we have to offer in digital printing services.
In the past year, we have printed exhibits that have hung in The New Orleans Museum of Art (" Ancestors and Descendants " - George H. Pepper exhibit), The Collins C. Diboll Gallery ( " In the Blink of an Eye " - Harold Baquet exhibit) at Loyola University's Monroe Library, and The Latin American Library gallery ("Encounters with Antiquity" - Roxanne Davila exhibit) at Tulane University's Tilton Library. We also completed an exhibit that was part of the citywide "ˇSí Cuba!" exhibit in January of 2010.
In addition, we have been involved in ongoing scanning/archiving and restoration projects for the Middle American Research Institute, the Tulane Law School, and the Tulane School of Architecture. Some of these include archiving and reproducing images from glass Lantern Slides, nitrate negatives and 200-year old books.
Most recently, we have completed a 30,000 slide archiving project for a history professor/archaelogist at Tulane University.
Moldaner's Camera and Imaging is now located at 7808 Maple St., Suite D. We are located in the same building as Jamila's Cafe. Come visit us soon Business Hours: 10 am - 5pm Mon-Fri 10 am- 2pm Sat
"...Moldaner's attention to detail and sound work ethic were the components essential to preserving and vastly improving these priceless archives." Lynn Becnel, Manager, Editorial Services Tulane University Law School New Orleans, LA