Colorization Service FAQ ~ Restoration & Colorization Service
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F.A.Q

 

Can you restore and colorize the same image in one order?

 

I sure can! Light restorations are always included in the quote for colorization orders.

 

How do you determine your rates?

 

Rates are calculated by level of complexity and approximate time needed. For example a school photo with a plain background and patternless clothing, will be less expensive then a photograph with many small details like a flowered dress.

 

How long will it take to get my image restored?

 

I will let you know in your quote how long it will take. Usually, it take a few days to a week, depending on the complexity of the restoration needed.

 

How about colorization? How long does that take?

 

Colorization can take a little longer depending on the complexity of the details and if any restoration is needed.  A week is standard, photos with less details take less time.

 

Do you offer physical prints?

 

At this time no. Once work is complete I send full resolution images so you can print off as many copies as you please.

 

What types of payment do you accept?

 

I accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American express via PayPal.

The invoice you will receive will be through PayPal but you do not need an account with PayPal to pay.

If you live in the Comox Valley I can accept cash payments in person for orders over $25.

 

I need some help with my family tree, can you help?

 

I recommend Cyndi’s List, it is a fantastic resource for everything related to genealogy! My mother used it to get our family tree all the way back to the 1500’s in one line!  Happy hunting and remember to vet sources, or you may end up with a great uncle who lived to 200 haha!