Scanning Photographs 2017-06-28T19:57:37+00:00


Tired of having tons of boxes of photos or did you just inherit all your parents old photos, well we have the solution for you.  We carefully scan your photos (up to 1000 per “box”) l and save them to a DVD for archiving, viewing and ordering. An easy, affordable way to preserve cherished photographic memories. We will scan your loose prints in sizes wallet through 8×12 for permanent storage, easy sharing and printing. Simply bring in the DVD back to Moto when you want to make prints, books or any of our photo products of your treasured old photographs. This is a great way to share family photographs with multiple family members without having to give up the originals!

Prints are scanned at 300 dpi/JPG in the original size. 2.5×3.5 – 8×12 size prints. Images scanned in random order, additional charges will apply if a specific order is required.


Can’t find the bulb for your slide projector?  Inherited a ton of slides and don’t know what to do with them?  No problem! We can help.  Bring in your old slides and have our experts scan them all to a digital file.


Custom scans of any size original at any resolution, and photo retouching and restoration are available by quote.

If you have questions or would like more information about our scanning services please call us today (502) 493-0046.

I remember when I was young and would go to my grandparent’s home, I would always go digging through all the old pictures.  I loved seeing my parents wedding and the photos of my mom when she was young (some of her fashion choices were questionable, but I loved looking at the photos anyways).  We understand how precious your photos and memories can be to you and your family.  Like our memories, photos, slides and old negatives will begin to fade.  The only way to prevent the latter is to protect them by converting them to digital images.  We can scan photographs, negatives, and slides to a CD/DVD/Thumb Drive so that they can be saved and reproduced.  Just think of all the things you could do with all those photos in one place.  It certainly makes Throwback Thursday so much easier when all your old photos are already scanned.