Scanning Old Photos: I use two types of scanners. I have a high-speed bulk scanner for photographs that are in good shape, with no tears, creases or folds. I also have a high-resolution flatbed scanner for your old, delicate photos. With a flatbed scanner, your photo simply lays flat on a glass plate, with a soft cover pressing it down gently to keep it flat. There is no potential for further damage to your photo.
My high-speed bulk scanner can also be used for scanning old photos, if they aren't already falling apart. I have a scanning sleeve that holds your photo safely, ensuring that it will not be scratched or jammed in the scanner.
My photo scanning services ensure your old photos will be kept safe, and that you will get the best scans possible.
I definitely can convert your large photos to digital. I can scan up to 8.5" x 13". For larger photos, I press the photo between glass and a solid backboard, then photograph the photo in stages. The individual photos are then aligned and merged in Photoshop. Please keep in mind there is an extra charge for this service. It is very labor intensive.
Yes! My scanning services also capture the backs of your photos, when writing or printing is present. This is included with a small extra fee. Unlike other photo scanning services, I do not scan the back of every photo. I only scan when important info is present, and I only charge the extra fee for those photos. Photo labs often print dates, batch numbers and other info on the backs of your printed photographs. I do not capture that information without your explicit request. I will happily capture handwritten notes and other important info.
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