Save $$$

Who doesn’t like to SAVE MONEY?

Who likes to pay full price?

One way to save out-of-pocket money getting photos restored is to get relatives to split the COST. If you want your parent(s) to brag to your other siblings what you did, consider footing the bill yourself.

If you have 3 other relatives wanting a photo of ancestors then you could suggest a 4-way split. The tables below show a break down based on having people sharing the cost. Ric will be dealing with one person, and that person will make their own arrangements for getting payment from family members if you are pooling your funds. One receipt text or email showing taxes charged is offered, like at a restaurant with family members getting one check and not separate checks or payments.

Sharing a $100 Restoration Cost

100% 1 person $100
50 % 2 people $50
33.33 % 3 people $33.33
25 % 4 people $25
20 % 5 people $20
10 % 10 people $10

Sharing a $160 Restoration Cost

100% 1 person $160
50 % 2 people $80
33.33 % 3 people $53.33
25 % 4 people $40
20 % 5 people $32
10 % 10 people $16

If you have hundreds of images and only require low quality or computer resolution, purchasing your own film / flatbed scanner from Staples or Best Buy might suit your needs.


This site caters to higher quality image photo restoration & reproduction suitable for printing photos to be cherished for years to come.

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Sharing a $200 Restoration Cost

100% 1 person $200
50 % 2 people $100
33.33 % 3 people $66.66
25 % 4 people $50
20 % 5 people $40
10 % 10 people $20

Some people will not mind covering the cost to have a photo restored, but do not want to be taking print orders from family or also paying for prints for all relatives. Emailing a copy of the final image, you can tell them to print it themselves.

Think of it like a lottery pool where people share their money and share the win – a restored family photo at a percentage of what they would have paid footing the bill themselves. You can act as the group captain to collect or get commitments and all can share the file. How you handle this is up to you. Having others pool their money could mean more photos restored.

Ric Wallace offers one final print included in the cost – 5″ x 7″, 8″ x 10″ or 8.5″ x 11″ depending on the size requested. If you have the intention to frame your restored photo, it can be printed with a white border suitable for framing.

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