Every restoration we do in effect is unique. We classify restorations as “Small” “Large” and “Bespoke”

“Large” is where there is significant damage to the photograph, particularly in key areas like the face and the photograph itself is under 7 x 5 inches. With colour photographs the fading or colour corruption would be major.

Generally, a large restoration would be £55, including the original being returned to you, files on a DVD, or £60 files on a thumb drive. More details of how we return the files to you can be found here.

We can provide you with prints or wall art of your restored photograph. Details of the wall art options can be found here. With smaller sized photographs we do not recommend over-enlarging.

If you would like me to provide a quote please take a snapshot of the photograph on your telephone and send it to

The photographs should be generally sharp. It is a common misconception that restoration can fix blurred photographs. If I believe there is nothing that I can do I will tell you when I have received the email request for the quote.

To restore the photograph, we would need to scan the original on our own equipment. We do this to a very high level. It is not possible to do a restoration from a picture of the photograph on your telephone. If you cannot share the original, I am afraid I cannot help.

This 1940s photograph of a several generations in a family group is a good example of “Large”. It has colour marks, sections missing, major creases and scratches and loss of detail in some of the faces.