Photo Restoration

Photo Restoration -- Before & After

Photo Restoration -- Before & After

It’s a fact of life — over time, old photographs become damaged, faded, and lose their original colors. Eventually, they are completely gone, and there is nothing left of your precious family memories.  Don’t let that happen!  With our archival-quality Photo Restoration services, you can turn back the clock.

Creekside Digital can scan your photographs at a very high level of quality and then digitally repair:

  • Creases, folds, and tears
  • Stains and discoloration
  • Faded colors
  • Missing edges and corners

Once restored, we print museum-quality reproductions of your photographs. These prints are made using archival pigment inks lasting over 150 years.

Not Just for Photographs

Newspaper clippings, scrapbook pages, and other materials can also be digitally repaired with the same techniques we use for photo restoration. Not only can these items be reprinted once they are digitally restored to their original appearance, but we can custom frame them with your choice of molding, mats, and glazing, and pack and ship them anywhere in the world. These projects make wonderful gifts for family and friends!

Original newspaper and digitally restored, framed reproduction

Original newspaper and digitally restored, framed reproduction

Quality Photo Restoration Starts with a Quality Scan

Unlike most other companies who claim to perform quality photo restoration, we don’t use any old flatbed scanner when converting your photos. Creekside Digital uses the same professional-grade, high-resolution digitization equipment that we use for our preservation-quality scanning services offered to libraries and archives. Your photographs will be scanned using some of the finest imaging equipment in the world. This gives us a higher-quality scan of your photo from the start, which renders more detail and makes it easier to perform a quality photo restoration job. Additionally, we can capture large items such as full-size newspaper broadsheets, facing scrapbook pages, and oversized photographs using only a single exposure — something that most other shops can’t do. Contact us today and tell us about your photo restoration needs!

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Smithsonian Mass Digitization
New feature at the DPO office: a slideshow displaying close-ups of some of the 8,000 plants from the Living Orchid Collection from Smithsonian Gardens!

Read about our project digitizing the collection at: insider.si.edu/2018/08/see-thousands-of-orchids-in-incredible-detail-in-the-smithsonians-newly-di...

On the technical size: the slideshow is running from a Raspberry Pi Zero (Github: github.com/Smithsonian/Pi-Kiosk/). One new tool we are using to display the objects from the Smithsonian collections.
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Mass digitization is ongoing with the next phase of our Smithsonian Gardens project. We are now imaging the Archives of American Gardens (AAG) which preserves and provides access to visual resources and records that document the history of gardens in America.

Primarily a photographic archive, AAG includes documentation on over 10,000 historic and contemporary gardens. Photographic formats range from antique stereographs to recent digital images. AAG’s collections document the work of landscape architects, garden designers, and garden photographers as well as a handful of seed companies.

Examples of trade literature generated by these companies in the Archives include seed catalogs with ornately illustrated covers as seen here. Soon all these digital images will be viewable in high resolution online at Smithsonian's collections.si.edu/search/
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