old, faded or damaged photographs that need restoration.
antique photos or historic documents that everyone in the family wants to claim.
great old photos of the gang to show off and share at your next reunion.
to preserve and display all your favorite old family photos.
For keepsakes of your family history or a digital archive of your old photos and documents, DejaView Photos Digital Photo Restoration can provide you with quality pictures to share with family and friends. Besides the restoration of old or damaged photos, we colorize photos, even modern ones, for an old-fashioned hand-tinted look. Photos can be combined into a collage, or edited to adjust people or backgrounds. We can also assemble your photos as PDF or HTML files for computer viewing and web sharing.
Our prints are made from digital restorations of your scanned photos. The original photographs are not harmed or altered in any way. The restored images are printed on high-quality printers using archival inks and papers.
Check our Basic Service and Optional Services pages for descriptions of our services: restoration of a single photo; economical scanning and restoration of large numbers of photographs; photo enhancements — colorizing, compositing, and collaging.
View the Restoration pages for before-and-after examples of photo restorations, collages, retouched photos, composited and colorized photographs. See the Special Project, Painting, and Poster examples to imagine the beautiful keepsake we can create for a special birthday, celebration, or reunion. Visit our Photo Gallery to see slide shows of completed projects.
If you are not comfortable mailing your original photos, we can work from your scanned photos. See our Scanning Guidelines, then upload your files with the E-mail Order Form or mail the files on disk with the Print Order Form.
Our CD archive includes three files of each of your digital photo restorations:
• one Web-ready JPG to email or post,
• one desktop-quality file to print from your computer, and
• one professional-quality file for use in publications.
An archive of 20 or more images includes an HTML preview file for viewing your photos with any browser software.