Slide Scanning Services
Slide Scanning Services Pricing starts at $10
- Slides (discount for 500, 1000) – $0.60
- Save into separate folders – $2.50
- Minimum charge for scanning is $10
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SLIDE SCANNING SERVICES IN DENVER & FORT COLLINS
SLIDE SCANNING SERVICE DETAILS
At our two Leave A Legacy locations in Denver and Fort Collins, we specialize in slide scanning services, catering to a wide range of slide types. Our pricing is based on scanning at 1200dpi, providing high-resolution images suitable for printing at least a 4″ x 6″ size. If desired, we can scan your slides at an even higher resolution for an additional cost (double the price for double the resolution). Additionally, we perform color restoration on nearly all slides, as it is often necessary. Here’s a list of the slide types we handle:
- 35mm Slides
- 110 Slides
- 120 Slides
- 126 Slides
- 127 Slides
- Glass Slides
- Stereo Slides
- Mini Slides
- Slides with metal/plastic frames
Trust our professional slide scanning services to preserve your cherished memories with exceptional quality and attention to detail.
Here is an example slideshow that we crafted after we scanned slides from a client’s days in the Vietnam war.
We accept slides in any sort of container that you bring them in. We can help you keep them organized by saving all the slides from one container into a separate folder if you’d like us to, for a small additional charge.
If each of your slides is in a metal frame then we’ll need the frame removed before scanning. We can do it for you at our normal hourly rate. Unique slides that we get in and can certainly handle are stereo slides (no we won’t cut them!), glass slides, mini slides, and oversized slides.
These are charged as if they are negatives because they require extra time to scan. We have volume discounts for over 500 and over 1000 slides. Once they are digital, you can choose to have us create a DVD slideshow, photo book, calendar, cards, or reprints. We are limited only by your imagination! How can you determine the
Emulsion for your slides? Have a look at our video here: