High Resolution Scanning
Memories Renewed scans all negatives at high resolution for archival quality digital images. This also provides increased flexibility for enlarging, editing, and printing. All formats of negatives are accepted as well as negatives in original photo lab envelopes or archival protective sheets.
In order to provide the best possible image quality from negatives, each image is manually edited after scanning by a skilled Photoshop editor. The standard pricing includes digital cleaning, precise cropping and rotation, color and contrast adjustments. All images are reviewed 3 times through our digitizing process for thorough quality assurance.
Custom Digital Organization
Memories Renewed will scan and organize your negatives in the order and groupings you provide. If your negatives are not organized, you may find it easier to organize them later by creating new folders to drag and drop the images.
10% OFF ALL PROJECTS $500+
20% OFF ALL PROJECTS $1000+
|35mm Format – 4000dpi||$0.75 per Frame*|
|APS Format – 4000dpi||$0.75 per Frame*|
|110, 126, and 127 Formats – 4000dpi||$1.50 per Frame*|
|120 Medium Format – 3000dpi||$2.50 per Frame*|
|4″ x 5″ and Larger Formats – 2000dpi||$5.00 per Frame|
|Kodak Disc Film – 4000dpi||$20 per Disc|
|* Single Cut or Select Individual Frames||+$0.25 per Image|
USB 3.0 Flash Drive
|$20 @ 32 GB|
$30 @ 64 GB
$40 @ 128 GB
Why should I choose you over another company?
We are a dedicated team of 10 employees who take great pride in our custom work, and the reviews by our past clients speak for themselves. We have been in business since 2005, and our focus on accuracy and quality results has always been our top priority. We are proud of our custom quality methods and personalized customer service.
What scanning resolution do you use?
High resolution is our standard which offers greater flexibility for cropping and enlarging the digital images. This includes 4000 dpi resolution for standard negatives like 35mm and 3000 dpi for 120 medium formats. A 4000 dpi resolution of 35mm format results in a digital image size of about 3600 x 5400 pixels or about 20 megapixels.
What megapixel size do you produce from 35mm format?
The megapixel size we produce from 35mm format is about 20 megapixels or about 5400×3600 pixels.
What image file format options do you offer?
The standard digital image output we offer is JPEG. TIFF format is optional by request.
Is the pricing per frame or per negative strip?
The pricing is per frame. A negative strip with 4 frames would be 4 scans or images.
Can you scan sheets of negatives to make contact sheets?
We do not offer a service to scan whole sheets of negatives as contact sheets, but if your objective is to be able to view the images as positives to decipher the subject matter for further selection, one method is to use a cell phone to change the colors to invert in accessibility settings, then point the camera at the images to see them inverted. We also offer select frame scanning options which you can read more about here: https://www.memoriesrenewed.com/2021/06/preparing-your-negatives-for-scanning/
Can I select only which frames I want scanned on a negative strip?
We do offer a select frame scanning option for a surcharge if you wish to choose only select images. Click here for more information and instruction for preparing your negatives for select scanning.
How will my digital transfers be organized?
We will create custom digital folders for each group of media provided, titled by subject (if applicable). We make it easy to correlate the digital transfers to the original media.
I have prints and negatives, which one is better to scan?
As a general rule, scanning from the original negative will yield a higher resolution image, but the quality will depend on the condition of the negative and associated print. The digital image from either a negative or a print will vary since each is digitized using a different process. The image from a negative may show more film grain but more detail and a scan from a print may look a little less sharp.
Do you scan black and white negatives?
Yes, we work with digitizing both color and black and white negatives in many formats.
Do scans of negatives result in a positive image?
Yes, the resulting scan of your negatives will be a positive image and we include manual editing to enhance color and exposure as needed.
Do you scan APS film cartridges?
Yes! We do have the capability to scan APS cartridge format negatives.