We offer a variety of different scan services and have the ability to scan photos, slides, negatives, artwork, videos, x-rays and much more! We carefully save our scans to DVD for archiving, viewing and printing.
The Shoebox Scan is designed for quick scanning of large print quantities. We carefully scan your images and save them to DVD for archiving, viewing and ordering. Simply bring the DVD back to Fullerton Photo when you want to make prints, books or any of our photo products of your treasured old photographs. This is a great way to share family photographs with all of your family members!
Fragile photographs or photos larger than 8x12 need to be scanned on our High Resolution Flat Bed Scanner. This scanner provides the highest quality scan for reproduction. Photos are scanned in .JPG format at original size and saved on DVDs.
1 to 9 Flatbed Scans
10 to 19 Flatbed Scans
20 to 49 Flatbed Scans
50 + Flatbed Scans
35 mm slide shows were one of the most popular ways to enjoy pictures in the 60’s and 70’s. Today you need to digitize your slides to enjoy viewing them. Slides are scanned using the latest technology and saved at 300 dpi for the best reproduction possible.
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51 - 100
101 - 200
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501 - 1000
1001 - 4999
Preparing Your Slides
All slides must be rubberbanded in groups of 40.
Remove all slides from carousels, sleeves, envelopes, etc.
Arrange all vertical slides facing horizontally
Place slides emulsion side (dull side that faces the projection screen) down
In 50 years, will your children have old photos to look at?
The answer to this question is largely dependent upon what you do today and how to store and archive your prints and digital images.
Do make prints ~ Photographic prints can last for nearly 100 years when stored correctly. Digitize your prints ~ Have your old prints, slides, and videos placed on a quality DVD for safe keeping. Use high-quality storage devices & DVDs ~ Far too many people are storing their digital images and videos on a single hard drive in the family computer. This is dangerous. Hard drives fail. It’s not a question of if but when.