Unit 2b Stanstead House, 2 Shire Hill, Saffron Walden, Essex CB11 3AQ
Cambridge, South Cambs, Cherry Hinton, Sawston, Fulbourn, Comberton, Trumpington, Linton, Abingdon, Balsham, Little Walden, Haverhill, Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket,
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There's no time like the present to preserve the past
Free collection service in Saffron Walden
Photographs scanned to 600 dpi
Slides and negatives scanned to 1200 or 2400dpi
Higher resolutions available
Each image inspected individually (not bulk scanned)
Scans supplied on CD or DVD
Scanning available in your own home
Photos in albums can be scanned with our flip Pal scanner without remving them or bending the album
With our wonderful Flip Pal Scanner (technology delivered straight form the United States and designed with photo preservation in mind) we are able to scan photos directly from your albums. This scanner is great for capturing that photo that has been superglued to that degenerating album or welded into that sticky plastic album. Home visits are also available to ensure your precious memories never have to leave your sight.
We can help you wilth all your scanning needs. whether you are backing up your images for safety or scanning them for a photo book or photo project, we are confident that our scanning equipment will fit all your project needs.
All of your photos, slides and negatives are colour corrected, have the dust and grime filtered out and are sharpened to remove some of the blur on poor quality images. We inspect every image individually to ensure we have scanned it to the maximum quality available. You will be amazed at how frequently we are told how much better our scans are than the original photo portrayed.
We naturally scan photographs to 600 dpi (dots per inch) and slides and negatives to 1200 dpi or 2400 dpi which allows you to re-print your image in most photo projects however larger dpi's can be accommodated upon request. We always bear in mind your intended use of the scans as bigger is not always better. Bigger scans require larger storage and back up methods as the file size is greatly increased as the dpi is increased.