Fine Art Scanning FAQ

I have a good digital camera. Can I photograph my artwork myself?

My artwork is large. What's the largest size you can scan?

What equipment do you use?

How much does it cost?

I have some very high gloss oil paintings. Can you scan them?

I have a painting I just completed that is still wet / tacky. Can you scan it?

Do I have to leave my artwork with you, or can I wait while you scan it?

My art is too expensive / fragile / large to bring to you. Can you come to me?

Who will be scanning my artwork?

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