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Old photos are family treasures and once lost, they cannot be recovered. Everyone makes plans to have them scanned, but in many cases, they don't do it in time to save a picture from loss or the wear and tear of aging. Imagine the horror of losing cherished memories and priceless keepsakes to a natural disaster such as fire, or flood.
It's sad to hear stories of people losing their photos. Scanning and then backing up your images in multiple locations is the best way to protect them.
Being able to hold on to memories beyond a generation means that your children and grandchildren will know those people who were close to you and made an impression in your life. Our ancestry is vitally important. Having old pictures or videos is an opportunity to share your history with others. Those around you will have a glimpse of you and your family. Allow us to scan your treasures so you can enjoy and share your memories without all the stress of having to do the scanning yourself.
All scans are done right here in your local community. No risking your photos by sending them back and forth across the country.
We will give you and your photos the same personal attention we offer all of our customers. We're available for assistance over the phone or in person.
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300dpi JPG - Photos are scanned at 300 dpi at the size of the original photo. We save them as high quality jpg files. Images retain about the same color as the original. Faded images are still faded, good pictures are still good.
600dpi JPG - Photos are scanned at 600dpi, this is suitable for making prints larger than the original.
600dpi TIF - A larger scan saved in an uncompressed image format, these files are great for archiving your images.
Once your prints are scanned we will put the files on a thumbdrive for you. We can also create collage prints, slide shows, and shareable PDFs. They can be uploaded to online albums, you can create beautiful photo books with the numerous online services available today, or simply email a special photo from the past to a friend or family member.
We are able to scan other types of family memorabilia also. You have more than just "regular pictures," some might be fragile, torn, or 100 years old. You may have newspaper clippings, kids' artwork, old family recipe cards, event tickets, immigration papers, and more. You deserve to preserve ALL your history, not just photos in scannable condition. And you deserve to get it done with one company.
High-quality scans using state-of-the-art image scanners and technology.
Customizable scan options. Need a higher scan resolution for photos/items you want to enlarge, while using a standard scan resolution for the others? Just let us know. It's that simple.
What is the resolution of my scanned photos?
All photos are scanned at 300 dpi at the original prize size. A standard 4x6 usually is about 1 to 1.5 MB in size. These scans are also ideal for sending through email or posting to social media.
Can you scan my photos at a higher resolution?
Yes, larger scans are considered custom and can't be done in this product range.
Can you restore images or fix small flaws?
Yes, we are ready to fix your images beyond just color control.
Can you scan photos that are glued in albums?
Yes, we can! But the bulk-scanning price does not apply because we cannot insert complete pages in our scanners.
They can be scanned individually.
What happens if my pictures are curled or bent?
Any photo that is excessively bent or curled can not go through the bulk scanner. They'll have to be scanned individually.
All photos must be able to lay reasonably flat when stacked with other photos.
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