Think of the many negatives you may have that you couldn’t print because of damage or exposure. Now you can scan your negative, restore it in a photo restoration program and then have us burn it to film.
Museums and collection agencies have nitrate negatives that are not stable. To help preserve these collections, we suggest digitizing them then creating an new negative on safety film using our LVT service.
This is also a great way to take a digital file, make a negative for printing on fiber base papers or using alternative processes such as platinum printing.
Most importantly, film is the best way to preserve an image!
Here’s the steps for submitting your image:
Send a negative or high resolution file of your image. Image must be: RGB, Tiff
- Don’t upsize your image (scan at a minimum of 720 dpit @ the final size you desire. The maximum would be 100% at 2100 dpi.
- We will burn your file to a 4×5 or 8×10 black and white negative, which will be processed archivally.
- You will receive the negative for printing and preservation. It’s that easy!
From your READY file: The cost: 4×5 b/w Negative: $35.00 8×10 b/w Negative: $65.00