If you have old valuable photos that suffered from time and misfortune, we can restore them for you. How does it work?

1. Send us the photos you need to restore.
Due to high risk of damage, we do not recommend sending your precious original photos via regular or courier mail. Scan them and email to me. For scanning instructions, please click here. If you do not have a scanner, you can go to Kinko's or Office Depot and get your photos scanned and saved on a CD. Scanning is by far the best way to get your photos onto computer. However, if you don't have access to a scanner, you can copy your photos using a digital camera. Be sure to read these instructions first!

If the files are big (10 megabytes or more) send each as a separate email. If you have many large files, let us know and we will send you an FTP information for upload. You can also send your files on a CD to my postal address.

2. Quote.
After assessment of damage and time needed for restoration, I give you a quote based on a rate of $35 per hour. Minor restorations start from $15. For orders of $100 or more, 50% advance payment is required.

3. Restoration
If you approve the quote, our specialists start working on your order. When the images are ready, I post reduced versions for your review in a protected gallery on my website and send you the link and password. If you approve the results, send me the final payment via Paypal. Upon receiving it, I will email you the link for the full size files that you can download to your computer. For additional charge you can order prints through this website. High quality prints will be made by Mpix online service and shipped to your home.

4. Payment
Our preferable method of payment is Paypal, and the Paypal address is alex.gridenko@gmail.com. We also accept personal cheques from Canada and USA, please allow 10 business days for clearance. International customers pay in US dollars, Canadian customers pay in Canadian dollars plus applicable taxes.