How The Photo Restoration Process Works

The process requires three steps:

Scanning
the restoration work,
the output (archival printing).

SCANNING PROCESS

The process begins when a scan is made of your original.
Once your photo is scanned the original will be returned to you with your newly restored archival photo.
All work is done only to the scanned copy of your photo;
your original photo will never be altered and will be returned to you in
the same condition in which it was received.

RESTORATION PROCESS

Once scanned and evaluated, obvious spots, cracks, fading, stains and scratches are removed and the overall color tone and contrast adjusted.
Now, with a clear clean digital image more involved restoration and rebuilding can proceed.
Upon completion of the restoration we will e-mail you a sample so you can see it for approval.

OUTPUT PROCESS

Once you have approved the job, you can choose from or combine the following output options:
* Archival Photographic prints
* CD-ROM
* e-mail
NOTE:
Your repair work can be processed on-line but you need to consider a few things first.
What ?
First:

We find from experince that most people who send us their scanned image to us it is not of a good quality.

Second:

Sending images by email loses image quality
BUT WE CAN SEND THE FILE IN TIFF FORMAT (not email) in both cases you will not be able to make archival prints. But if you insist doin it this way we will do so. The way we recommend restoring is stated above.

We specialize in the restoration of photographic images.
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