We scan anything from old home photos and slides to large archival work. If you have any size project, we can take care of it!
Our digital scanning services rely on the very best technicians and equipment that professional photographers and graphic artists require for high-quality, large-volume scanning including Fuji Frontier, Scitex iQsmart, and Kodak HR500 film scanners.
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Our digital film scanning services include Imacon Flextight 949, Scitex iQsmart, and Kodak HR500 film scanners to handle the most popular professional film formats:
We can digitize entire rolls of film or you can select individual frames for scanning film images.
Use our film scanning knowledge and experience to have your priceless film scanned for web use, archiving or digital reproduction.
Our digital archival & volume slide scanning services include digitizing entire 35mm slide film archives and collections.
We use Fuji Frontier, Scitex iQsmart, and Kodak HR500 film scanners to digitize roll film or individually mounted slides.
Use our film scanning knowledge and experience to have your priceless slides scanned for web use, digital reproduction, and digital files for historical archival purposes and database systems.
Projects have included volume slide scans for:
Our digital photo & print scanning services include digitizing photos and prints.
Scanned photos and prints are carefully color corrected and exhibit full tone range at high resolution.
Use our scanning knowledge and experience to have your priceless photos and prints scanned for web use, archiving or digital reproduction in a photo book.
Our fine art painting & book scanning digital services include digitizing irreplaceable artwork masterpieces, fragile historical documents and books, and professional and amateur artwork originals.
When your artwork and bound books are scanned with our Cruse scanner, they remain safe under high frequency, cold cathode lamps.
Rare and historical book scans may require special treatment. We have made custom cradles to protect the bindings of these books while they are scanned.