Are they faded, discolored, damaged or torn?
Do you have other family members that would like a particular photo, but there is only one copy?
If you answered YES to any of these, then our photo restoration service is just what you need.
What Makes Our Restorations Different?
- All of our restorations are done by a human, for the best attention to detail.
- We often repair damage others say “can’t be fixed”.
- We never use AI which often destroys the smaller details
- We have years of experience restoring all kind of photo damage.
- We offer heirloom quality reprints of your restored image
How does photo restoration work?
Do it yourself, or bring it to us. We’ll give you all the details you need for a perfect scan.
We will hand restore your image to improve clarity, reduce discoloration, and fix any damage.
Our photo reprints are created on fine art paper the same size as your original photo.
Digital only orders will be delivered to you via email. Reprint orders will be delivered by mail.
Photo Restoration FAQ
Often yes, but if your photo is so badly damaged that pieces are completely missing, or if there is excessive damage to a face, then there isn’t much we can do. Again, we’re happy to take a look at your photo and give you a quote.
Yes, we won’t remove the character or all of the color cast of the photo.
Most heirloom photos are smaller – usually 8″x10″ or less, but we can restore most any size photo, even if it has to be scanned in pieces and put back together digitally.
Almost always, yes.
Most projects are completed in 3-4 weeks.
Reprints can be ordered in different sizes but there is an additional charge. Give us a call to find out more.
You can scan the image yourself (we’ll give you all of the details how); or make an appointment and we can arrange to scan them for you.
Each restoration project is different, and is priced is based on the condition of your photo. Restoration projects begin at $125.
Yes. Complete the form below and let us know that you would like us to evaluate your project. We’ll get back to you with instructions.
No, some photos are so badly damaged that acceptable restoration is not possible. When in doubt, we’re happy to look at your project ahead of time and let you know what we can do with the photo.
No, many email programs will “down-size” your images. We will provide a form where you can submit your order and upload your full-resolution photos to our servers.
How to start a photo restoration project
Two ways to get started:
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