Whether you require the finest quality drum scans, high quality scans for the web or flat artwork copying FLOW is perfectly equipped to provide the highest digital reproductions.
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ALL COPYING ABOVE A3 WILL BE ‘FLAT COPIED’ AND QUOTED AT AN HOURLY RATE
Drum scanning offers the highest level of detail and an absence of ‘noise’ associated with flatbed negative scanning. In addition the benefit of oil mounting (necessary for drum scans) is seen in the absence of scratches and dust.
We use Heidelberg scanners which are regularly maintained for optimum performance.
We offer flatbed neg scans because they offer an economic way of making a high volume of quality reproductions suitable for web and small dimension prints.
The competitive cost of flatbed scans allows the photographer to make more film scans for archiving and recording purposes.
To ensure the best possible printing from film originals FLOW offers an expert negative preparation service.
Corrections are made to:
Badly aged prints can be miraculously restored through a process of scanning and retouching.
Please bring your pictures in and we’ll be able to advise you on how to preserve them for the future.
Our team of expert retouchers includes experts in skin and fabric corrections as well as all manner of beauty retouching.
Our retouchers work on images from the main fashion and beauty editorial titles such as Vogue, Elle, Harpers Bazaar, Grazia etc.PRICES
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