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Frequently Asked Questionss

Orders:
  • 1. What printing services do you offer?

    Printing services can vary depending on the print lab, so we’re glad you asked! Our services include digital printing, large format, sublimation, and traditional photographic printing.

  • 2. What file formats do you accept for printing?

    We accept a variety of file formats, including PDF, JPG, PNG, and HEIC. It's best to check what product we are printing so that we get the proper file for the proper item or order online and our system will convert the file to the correct format.

  • 3. What is the turnaround time for printing orders?

    Our turnaround time can vary depending on the print item and the size of the order. Most orders are printed within a few days. We offer expedited services for an additional fee.

  • 4. What types of paper and printing materials do you offer?

    Print labs typically offer a variety of paper and printing materials and we are no exception. We can print on all different weights and finishes of paper, canvas and vinyl, as well as various types of ink and toner. We like to say we print anything on everything and we mean it. We print on Metal, Slate, Shirts, Hats, Ceramic and even Flip Flops. Just ask, we probably print on it.

  • 5. Can you assist with graphic design or file preparation?

    As a print lab we offer graphic design services and file preparation assistance sometimes requiring an additional fee. It's best to check with us directly for our design services.

  • 6. What happens to my original photos, tapes, and memorabilia after digitizing?

    Your originals will always be returned to you. However, it may not be necessary to continue storing the originals in their physical state. If you have multiple safe and proven backups of the newly digitized files – you can likely get rid of original media taking up space in your home.

  • 7. My files are digitized on a USB drive. Is that the best place to store the files permanently?

    No. Any device we provide should not be considered permanent storage. Immediately copy your digital files to multiple secure locations. One example of this is on a shared cloud account, on a trusted computer, and with a family member. Label the thumb drive/DVD with the year or subject matter before storing it in a safe place. Keep one copy of the files off-site in case of fire or environmental catastrophe.

  • 8. How large can a mobile image be printed?

    An uncropped mobile image from a newer model phone can typically print up to a 20×30″ size. If your image quality is questionable – we’d be happy to preview your file before printing.

  • 9. I have SO MANY photos that need digitizing! How can I reduce the number?

    Save money by curating your collection ahead of time. Only keep the very best photos. Be quick and decisive when choosing what to eliminate. Eliminate duplicate or similar shots of the same event. Toss prints with poor lighting, blurry focus, or insignificant subject matter.

  • 10. What is the lifespan of a videotape?

    10-25 years. That means if you have tapes from the 90’s – they’re likely already deteriorating. Over time, the magnetic particles lose charge in a phenomenon called remanence decay. This causes discoloration to the footage, blacked-out scenes, and eventually, complete loss of picture.

Shipping & Returns:
  • 1. Do you offer Shipping?

    We do offer shipping for orders. We offer shipping via USPS and UPS. With smaller orders we ship with USPS. All other orders we ship via UPS. With few exceptions we always ship with tracking. Our goal is to get your products to you as quickly and safely as possible.

  • 2. Do you have a return policy?

    We will replace or refund any products that are damaged, defective, or not as described. Customers must contact us within 14 days of receiving the order to initiate a return or exchange. If the product is being returned due to an error on our part, we will cover the cost of return shipping. If the product is being returned for other reasons, the customer is responsible for the cost of return shipping. Custom orders are non-refundable, but we will work with you to find a solution if there are any issues with the order.

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