I bet a good deal of people have boxes in their lofts or attics full of old photos or 35mm slides, degrading and gathering dust. Those photos and slides are bound to be full of wonderful memories from days gone; the kids growing up, pets that have passed on; and perhaps family members no longer with us. If you’re struggling to find a way to preserve them, then we have a solution.
- Loose Photos
- Negatives (135, 110 and 126)
- 35mm Slides (135, 110, 126, Super8, 8mm)
I received my scans a few weeks ago but didn’t want to post a review until I had the chance to blow one of the images up for my wall. Now I have and I’m incredibly happy with the results! The picture is so sharp, it looks even better than the original! Thank you so…
Fantastic communication, super speedy service and couldn’t be happier with the images! Thank you, brilliant job!
It was an absolute pleasure to work with More of Your Memories. We provided them with a random collection of photographs and memorabilia of my father and he miraculously managed to create from them the most moving film of my father’s life. Not only is the film beautifully produced, but they sensitively brought out the…
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Time from when we receive your photos to delivery is usually 5 – 10 working days. However, we do offer a same-day turnaround service. Please get in touch for details.
Absolutely! All your original media will be delivered back to you along with your shiny new digital files.
The studio is typically open 10am – 6pm, Monday to Friday, but please do ring ahead to make sure someone is available to receive your photos before dropping them off.
Absolutely not! We can provide a quote ahead of time based on a picture or count everything up for you. But for your reference, a shoebox full of photo prints is typically about 1000 photos. Or a small yellow box of slides is 20 slides.
All photos prints are scanned at 600 dpi (a high-quality scan, which means if you ever want to blow up one of your digital photos for a wall print, you can!). Slides and Negatives are captured at 22 Megapixels which works out to about 400dpi (this can still be blown up to at least an A4 size print).