These are the most frequently asked questions when thinking about photo restoration. If you have a question not answered below, please drop us a line with your question.

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What is photo restoration?

Modern photo restoration is a digital process of restoring a damaged old photo. The original photo is scanned at a high resolution which allows fading and damage to be repaired. Restoring an old photo ensures those moments can be shared with generations to come. Restoring your photo will not affect the original

Can any old photo be restored?

Sadly not. Over the years old photos will fade and deteriorate, however by acting sooner rather than later, most old photos can be restored and saved for future generations. Fading can be reversed, damage can be repaired and even missing sections can be recreated.

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How much does photo restoration cost?

Every photo is unique and the cost of photo restoration will depend on how damaged a picture is. A damaged photo can be affected by: water, fading, sun damage, rips and fold lines or missing sections may need recreating. Our basic restoration prices start from £9.99 but you will never need to pay more than £29.99 per picture.

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Where can i get my photo repaired?

The beauty of an online service is that you don’t need be local to Treharris to have your photo repaired. The advantage of an online service is it minimises the risk of sending your photo in the post. Simply supply a high resolution scan and your photo will be restored! However, if you haven’t got access to a scanner you can sent your photo by post (making sure it’s registered/signed for etc) or by dropping it to us in person.

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Will photo restoration affect the original photo?

No not at all. Photo restoration is a digital process, where a scanned copy is used. Your original photo will be returned just how you left it.

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Can a black and white photo be colourised?

Yes, to colourise a black and white photo really brings it to life! It is a digital process of building up colours, resulting in a naturally coloured photo. The outcome is very rewarding as it shows moments in history that have never been seen in colour (except by those who were actually there).

Price for colouring is £29.99



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