Historical Photo Enlargement

Historical Photo Enlargement

Historical Photo in a Bank

We really enjoy doing enlargements of historical photos. First of all, it’s fun to see how things looked all those years ago. People also find them to be interesting, and they’ll take the time to really examine them. This photo enlargement is from the collection of our local historical society, and hangs in the offices of MVSB, one of our local banks.

You’ll often see people looking at an historical photo like this, trying to see if their house had been built when the picture was taken, or talking about buildings that are no longer there.

Our new HP z6100 printers have three shades of black, and give us exceptional color depth when printing black and white photos, especially on glossy paper. Give it a try- you’ll be impressed!

We can either take your historical photo and scan it, or you can scan it locally and send us the digital file. Honestly, we would rather you send us the file, since very old photos can be pretty fragile. If you are sending the photo, be sure to put it between sheets of cardboard to protect it.

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About Jay Buckley

Owner of MegaPrint Inc.
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One Response to Historical Photo Enlargement

  1. Kerry says:

    Thanks for following cool photo ideas – let us know if you launch any new products and we’ll do our best to see if we can review it or tweet about it! Restoring old photos can give great results though so maybe email us some before and after photos 😉

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