UPDATED: For Dec 2022

Please note, I can now accept scans of your originals by email or posted photos. Drop-offs and pick-ups are possible by pre-arrangement with a doorstep service, but no in-house visits. We are also still using masks for your safety. This helps us all to continue to stay safe. Many thanks for your understanding.


Stay safe stay at home

Stay safe stay at home, keep away from the tourist spots!

The best way to get your photos to me is to scan and email them. You can still post them but it is advised to stay home and stay safe and save lives. Should you post them I will wait 48 hours before opening.

I will be supplying a digital-only service. If you order prints I can place these on order and ship them out when it is safe to do so.

Things you can do during this pandemic.

  1. Check for fading and damage – Dig out your family albums and see if they are in good health.
  2. Organise, date and annotate your photos
  3. Start a Family Tree
  4. Scan in your images (see how to scan your photos)
  5. Restore your photos Get those damaged photos restored
  6. Colourize your photos Get those black and white images coloured
  7. Blog Read the photo restoration blog for some great stories and tech reviews and restoration examples
  8. Teach yourself photo restoration by watching my photo restoration courses on LinkedIn

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Help with scanning

If your photos are in need of restoration you may find them in varying states of decay and be faced with water damage or scanning difficulties. I have listed a few useful posts below to get you through these problems.

Scanning photos stuck to glass and how to deal with them.

Scanning photos too large for your scanner

Scanner problems and how to fix them

Hopefully the above will give you plenty to do if you find yourself with time on your hands. Remember to stay safe, stay in and save lives!