Personalized digitization, restoration, and preservation of your priceless prints, negatives and slides.
“We didn’t realize we were making memories, we just knew we were having fun.”
— A.A. Milne
How it works:
Please fill out the contact form below and let me know what your needs are. What kind of project are we looking at? Do you just want a few prints scanned for your holiday cards? Have you inherited a box of family photos and want to make sure you can preserve and share them with everyone? Do you have a damaged but precious image that you’d like brought back to life? Or are you working with an archive and need some professional help organizing it and preserving it? Tell me about it!
Currently I am only working with customers inside Seattle city limits so that I can provide a pickup and drop-off service and insure that your cherished prints, negatives and slides are kept safe throughout our process. When I arrive for a pickup, we’ll discuss a timeline for the work, your expectations and the possibilities of restoration. Back at the office, I will send an invoice for a deposit (for about half the expected work time) payable before work begins, and then keep in touch as your project progresses.
When the digitization and/or restoration work is complete, I will send you a password protected link to an online gallery of your images so you can view, share and download your high resolution files, as well as order prints and other photographic products. If we have discussed physical archival services, I will complete them at this time. Once we’re all done, I’ll schedule a time to safely drop off your originals!
Julianne Andersen: Bygone Photos
"Excavating and digitizing a 10,000+ image, 40-year-old, film-photography archive is no joke, and it would never have been possible without Raindog Photo's services. Meticulous handling of deteriorating negatives, reliable quality digital scans, and photo editing less-than-optimal images – Jenny @ Raindog is a steadfast miracle worker with the exacting eye for detail that this kind of work demands."