Give your photos the treatment they deserve with digmypics Archival Print Scanning. A skilled technician will review each photo before scanning to assess the photograph and the selected resolution and then determine the best equipment to use that ensures a high quality scanned image. They then scan each photo by hand, one by one. We'll often re-scan a photo until we can achieve the best possible image for you.
Our exclusive Real Time Scanning™ service allows you to see each photo as we scan it. This unique feature makes it fun for you and your family to watch your account everyday as new photos are instantly available to view the moment we've scanned them.
With our unique Don't Want, Don't Pay™ system, we let you delete up to 20% of the scans you don't want. We're so sure you'll be thrilled with the quality of your newly digitized photos that we guarantee it.
Digmypics uses the best equipment
No batch feeders, no document scanners. Those devices scratch and dog ear your original photos and leave digital lines and streaks on the scans they produce.
Additional Print Scanning Information
Our nearly 20 years of scanning experience has helped us perfect the scanning process and provide you with the best quality. Below is some helpful information to make you digitizing project as simple as possible.
Choosing A DPI
600 dpi is the recommended resolution for scanning your prints. The higher resolution is important when it comes to enlarging, reprinting, and editing, the photos. For prints smaller 4x6 you should consider having them scanned at 1200 dpi.
Prints In Albums
In some cases we are able to scan the album page and then use software to separate out the individual photos without physically removing them from the album. Please remove the binding from the album and send just loose album pages.
Remove From Album
We are not always able to separate out the individual photos from the page and in those cases we must remove each photo from the album. We prefer the customer remove the prints. We do not put the prints back in their album(s) but will place them in Ziploc® bags.