Scan already processed 120 negatives (per roll)
Scan your already processed negatives
This option is for when you've got a roll of 120 film that you've already had developed, but would like to get scanned and digitised. These can be supplied to us as an uncut roll, or as pre-cut strips. Scanning film that has already been pre-cut into strips of 4 or 6 is a much more labour intensive process, which is why we have to charge more - We can scan several rolls of film uncut in the time it takes to scan one cut roll.
What scans should I get?
Well it all depends what you plan on using them for. Here's a bit of info that might help you choose, if you're not too sure.
Standard JPEG scans:
Approximately 3000 x 2000 pixels (6MP) and approx. 4-6MB
Ideal for using across social media, website/portfolio and printable up to A4
Large JPEG scans:
Approximately 6000 x 4000 pixels (24MP) and approx. 20-30MB
Perfect for those wanting larger resolution files for printing or displaying larger on your website/portfolio. Also ideal for archiving.
Hi-Res TIFF scans:
Approximately 6000 x 4000 pixels (24MP) and approx. 80-100MB
This option is perfect for those wanting to make any finer edits or adjustments to their photos, as these 16 bit TIFFs will stand up to much heavier editing than a JPEG. Also perfect for printing in almost all circumstances.
Your scans will be representative of the condition your negatives arrive to us in. We won't retouch any scratches, heavy dust, watermarks or any other unusual markings that have been caused during processing or storing of the negatives. Your negatives will be inspected upon arrival at the lab. If the negatives you are sending us for a scan only service do suffer from any damage or anything that prohibits us from scanning them, or that could cause harm to our scanner, then we reserve the right to return those negatives to you unscanned. However, if your negatives are in a scannable condition and you would like some retouching/restoration done on them, please feel free to drop us a line and we can discuss it: email@example.com