Example:

Before Restoration of Photo Photo After Restoration
Before After

 

What we do:

  • We convert your photos onto a premium quality DVD, recorded in the DVD-R format for maximum compatibility with DVD players.
  • All DVDs come standard with a vinyl library case and cover printed a custom title of your choice.
  • We clean the photo by airbrushing any dirt, loose particles or dust.
  • All photo images are color corrected and cropped as requested before transfer.
  • Using Digital ICE we remove or reduce minor scratches, creases, tears and blemishes from each print image.
  • Full resolution is used for enlarging your photo. For example, a 4 x 6 print is enlarged to an 8 x 10.
  • Picture sizes up to 8 x 10 can be transferred to a DVD.
  • Standard conversion is great for DVD slide shows or printing them for same size prints.
  • Each photo is converted into a .jpg file for use in a DVD slide show or picture disc for TV viewing.
  • A DVD will hold approximately 940 photos as .jpg files in a slide show format.
  • Your photos can also be converted to a TIFF file that gives maximum flexibility. TIFF is preferred for printing, editing or archiving. TIFF flies are viewed through your computer DVD ROM drive. They are not used in a DVD slide show.
  • A Data DVD holds approximately 900 photos as TIFF files scanned at 600dpi.
  • Photos can be grouped into folders that you name (up to 5 folders).

 

Prices:

Standard Resolution Transfer (600 DPI)

  • Photos up to 5 x 7 in.   $0.99
  • Photos up to 8 x 10 in. $1.75

Full Resolution Transfer (1200 DPI)

  • Photos up to 5 x 7 in.   $1.19
  • Photos up to 8 x 10 in. $2.50

Minimum charge for transferring photos to a DVD is $65.00

 

Options:

  • Add light, easy listening music or music of your choice to the DVD for $20.00 for first hour and $10.00 for each additional hour. A nice addition when displaying silent images.
  • Order extra copies of the DVD for family and friends for $10.00 each.
  • Editing price depends on the extent of the editing. Call us with your request.

 

What you do:

  1. Using a soft pencil, lightly number each photo on the back, starting with #1. This will be the photo’s sequence on the DVD. Do NOT use a pen or a marker as the ink may rub off onto other photos
  2. Advise us about areas to be included or excluded (cropping).
  3. Call us to get the best price for your project.
  4. Advise us about options such as music, editing, custom cover, extra copies of the DVD for family and friends.

 

Notes on photo condition:

  • Minor damage such as creases, scratches or blemishes can be reduced or eliminated, depending on the severity.