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There are many different facets of photo enhancement and restoration, from the removal of a freckle on a face, to full colorization of an old black and white photograph. Occasionally special photos get damaged through the passage of time or mishandling. Rips and creases can be repaired (as seen below.)

It is important for you to appreciate, that we build upon the starting image. We can fix things, but we are not miracle workers (although some clients believe we are!). We can not, for example, create an 8”x10” color photo from a 1”x2” black and white photo-booth photo.

No two projects are the same; and we would not attempt to clump them into categories in order to provide generic pricing which may not reflect the work involved. All requests will be reviewed and an estimate prepared for your project.

There are an increasing number of people who want their photo print collection transferred onto CD or DVD. It’s not a quick process, and not an inexpensive project, especially as some collections number into the thousands, but it can be done.

1957 photo (mouse-over to see the restored photo)

People keep their photos from before the digital revolution, in albums, shoe boxes, drawers, and even out in the garage. Needless to say, over time, they can get damaged and they fade. They can also take up a lot of space.

treasured photographs

We can scan some or all of your old prints, and place them on CDs or DVDs for much easier storage and viewing.

Even your old 35mm slides can be scanned and digitally stored on disk. If you’re like most people these days, you will not want to keep all of those old prints and slides scattered around your home.

Sort out those you want to keep, and digitalize them before it’s too late!

They won’t last forever!

Please Note: Any time you mail a photo using regular mail services, we can not be responsible for items lost or damaged in the mail. If the photo is valuable to you, please send a copy (not the original), and if necessary purchase insurance from the carrier.

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