SO, HOW MUCH TO RESTORE YOUR PHOTOS?
Although each photo restoration presents a unique challenge and a damage assessment is an important part of the process of bringing your photos back to life, at Yesterdays photo, we have a pricing structure that can help you understanding the extents of our photo restoration scope of services, along with some category samples, sometimes a photo restoration requires just a quick dust and scratches suppression but in cases, there are projects that need a full reconstruction and can take weeks or even months, that been said our pricing guide is based on a standard hourly rate and the amount of time dedicated to progress on the repair of your photographs. visit our blog to know more about the art of photo restoration.
IMPORTANT: PRICES AND INCLUSIONS ARE A GUIDE ONLY SCOPE AND ACTIVITIES MAY VARY DEPENDING ON OUR DAMAGE ASSESSMENT, YOUR SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS & THE QUALITY OF THE INPUT YOU SUPPLY
NOTE: Sharpening out of focus photos have strict limitations , if you are in doubt, please get in touch with us and submit your photo for a no-obligation damage assessment
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How we calculate our
photo restoration costs?
Professional photo restoration usually averages AUD$249 for standard photo edition and enhancement operations, such as white balance, level adjustments and minor repairs like removing dust and scratches, however a final price pretty much depends on three primary factors:
Damage assessment, restoration purpose and, production, (print and framing) requirements
We write a big part of our history in photos and most of us want to keep these precious memories alive and passed down to the next generations, at the end of the day, we want to preserve our legacy in a pristine condition.
The first logical step to correctly price a restoration is to assess the extent of the damage and to get an insight of what caused the deterioration, based on this we can get an estimate on how difficult it is to recover the photo.
At Yesterdays photo we have set some price ranges and categorise different types of photo restoration
2. Input and
Depending on the purpose of your restoration the level of detail required and amount work usually vary, There are considerable differences between a photo needed for web and a photo that will be re-printed.
Added to this, the desired size of the photo is a contributing factor, larger photos or headshots require much more attention to detail than a small photography.
There are different grades that range from basic family photo edits to high-end or museum-grade digital photo restoration, logically this determines the level and amount of work required and staff involved in the process.
Some edits and restoration might require substantial on-site or historical research, to obtain results closer to the original conditions, including exposure settings the time period when the shot was taken.
This type of research activity has a direct effect of the final price of the restoration, and it is considered predominantly when the photos have missing pieces or when colourisation of photography is required.
Furthermore, if you have problems scanning a photo or a negative we can assist you during this process or guide you by using our recommended scanning approach.
Last but not least prints and framing are another contributing factor to the photo restoration pricing.