Convert your slides, photographs or negatives into a digital archive of lasting memories!
How many treasured memories are held on 35 mm slides from the '60s and '70s that are languishing at the back of your cupboards? If shoe boxes crammed with forgotten images clutter your cupboards, I may be the answer to your spring/ summer/winter cleaning blues.
Do you want to get rid of these bulky photo albums? I can transfer all of your photos into digital format onto a DVD or memory stick, using named folders for each album. This includes restoring faded colours and scratch remover.
I can transfer your photographs, slides and negatives to CD, DVD or USB memory stick. With your photo's digitised, a trip down memory lane only requires a few mouse clicks or your TV remote. See my 'Services' section for an explanation of formats. A CD holds about 150 images, a DVD about 600. Please note that images on a USB memory stick produces better pictures on your TV than a CD!
I don't believe in cutting corners. When scanning slides to CD or DVD, I believe it's attention to detail that counts. I use high spec vertical Nikon scanners for slides (for detailed information please go to my 'Services' section). This includes dust and scratch removal and I use the latest ICE4 technology for crisp, sharp and top quality pictures. I always scan at the highest resolution of 4000dpi. I use a professional Canon flatbed scanner for photographs, also including ICE4 technology.
My reputation is built on high quality, fast turnarounds and excellent customer service, as will be apparent when you look at some of the comments of previous customers. Unlike large anonymous companies, I provide a personal, friendly, professional and speedy service.
My normal turnaround time is 1 week. However, this is not always achievable and it depends on my workload.
Precious Memories - slides to CD
A word of warning: There are machines for transferring slides and negatives to your computer on the market under £100. These do not have the ICE4 technology and cannot cope with discoloured slides (most slides get discoloured over time) nor can they cope with any scratches or blotches. You cannot expect the same results from machines costing under £100 to the professional Nikon machines costing around £3000!