Photo Soap (SM), formerly known as Crystal Diamond Photo Enhancement, is the newest version of our ScanMyPhotos.com enhancement process. The technology is powered by “Perfectly Clear” These are new features and new name. See what the fuss is about with the all new features:
Remove abnormal tint caused by tungsten, fluorescent, Ultra Violet, and Infrared lighting
Restore color vibrancy to washed out and faded photographs
Optimize the exposure for underexposed photos
Apply medical quality contrast and sharpness
Most people won’t get the most out of their digital images due to the amount of time needed to correct thousands of photos and their lack of experience color correcting digital images, not to mention not wanting to buy the expensive programs that are designed for it. Now, in conjunction with our high speed scanning service, we offer to do the work for you and bring out your image’s true nature. Old photos will be brought back to life. New photos will look better than you thought they could.
The ScanMyPhotos.com Photo Soap fee is in addition to and separate from all scanning charges. The price is $49.95 per 1,000 photos (no prorating, ex: if you have 1500 pictures scanned the charge is $99.95 extra).
***We recommend you to add this custom Photo Soap to your order, especially if your pictures are older or faded.
This is Photo Soap, not restoration. For photo restoration, please visit our restoration page. The Photo Soap service only applies to exposure and color corrections of photos when ordered with our high speed scanning service. It does not fix tears, cracks or defects in the photograph. ScanMyPhotos.com exclusively uses Perfectly Clear TM the award winning multi-patented technology to enhance your pictures. Each image enhancement is unique and results from picture to picture will differ. Every picture is corrected differently and the software may correct some images more than others. Individual results may vary.
Below sample is from our real wold example using our custom Photo Soap enhancement service after we scanned the original picture: