Instructions for Preparing Photos For Scanning
Get out your shoeboxes and storage boxes packed to the gills with photos of friends, family, and long-ago events, and we’ll preserve everything for you on an archival DVD.
Our popular prepaid photo scanning service allows you to choose $145 for 72dpi (standard); $159 for 150dpi (social media); $285 for 300dpi (archival) and $329 for 600dpi (professional) resolution photo scanning. Free shipping includes your returned digital media. If you want your pictures returned too, it’s $19.95 extra per box.scanning.
After you place your order, we’ll send you a prepaid box that you can fill up (on average, the box will hold about 1,800 standard photos). But before you do that, please read our guidelines for how to prepare your photos for scanning.
All work is completed onsite at our corporate headquarters in Irvine, California and handled with the greatest of care by trained professionals.
- Free shipping. Free shipping includes your returned digital media. If you want your pictures returned too, it’s $19.95 extra per box.scanning.
- Orders include 1 DVD data disc with your scanned images (300dpi, True Color, 24-bit JPEG)
- 1-business day scanning available.
- U.S. domestic orders only.
- All photos are returned to you.
- Box dimensions: 11″ x 8.5″ x 5.5″
Since 1990, we have preserved more than 600 million precious photo memories. Check this item off your to-do list, and send us your photos today! To order, please click here.
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