shoebox scanning

Shoebox scanning is a very affordable way to archive and digitise all your family photos from the current to years past.

Archive your photos onto a disc

Scanning large quantities of old photos has been a long, tedious & expensive process.

At Hutt Street Photos, we use new high speed scanners to affordably bulk scan your photos so you can archive them, share them, or just plain keep digital copies of hem.

Bring in your old boxes, bags or shoeboxes full of photos & let us get the job done for you. We can bulk scan photos from wallet size (approx 2"x3") up to A4, but there are some conditions for the bulk scanning service.

All photos must be clean, unmounted & with no glue, tape or blutac on them. Torn or damaged photos will be removed & hand scanned, as will Polaroid SX70 type & Kodak Instant photos.

Photo Archiving
Photos to Disk

Photos will normally be scanned at 300dpi, at their original size, but we do offer an option of either 600dpi or 1200dpi scans at additional cost. For standard scan to disc, we do not guarantee that they will all be rotated as they may need to be turned to work in the auto scanner.

The Standard Service is at 300dpi with all photos scanned in landscape mode.

Our Premium Service (at additional cost) offers 600 dpi resolution, photo rotation and auto image correction.

The files are supplied on an archival disc.

1200 dpi scanning is available on our premium service at a 50% surcharge

Double sided scanning is available in both services at 50% extra. Setting up separate folders for groups/packs of photos is 30% extra for both services. Mounted or damaged photos, photos larger or smaller than the sizes above will be charged at the normal manual scanning rates

If photos are supplied in albums, or if photos are glued to pages, the manual scan price, per photo, will apply.

Please call us and ask for more information.

Photos are returned to you with a disc of all the images, and any photos that are unable to be bulk scanned will be separately and individually scanned.