Scanning glass plates, slides & humans?


Not every scanner is suitable for every original. There is no scanner that can perform professional scans from templates as diverse as negatives, slides, pictures or glass plates. That’s why we use different devices, depending on the original source and the required resolution, but also in terms of productivity. The standard for 35mm film is the fast working Hasselblad (Imacon) Flextight Scanner. However, the slower Eversmart Supreme offers a higher resolution for roll films and large format films and is the perfect machine to digitize glass plates. For larger sizes we use a traditional studio camera with a high resolution Scan Back.

But we do not compromise on quality: All systems have installed high quality lenses from Rodenstock or Schneider. What good is it to take photographs with great lens but then to scan with a toy whose overall value is below that of your camera?


Scan your negatives – even drawings – ones yourself.

A scanner is nothing else than a special kind of image recording. Similar to a camera, a high-quality lens and the right exposure are the basics for high quality. If you can expose correctly, you can also scan.

You can rent our high-end scanners. Economically speaking, it makes little sense for most photographers to buy one (or more) of these high-end scanners themselves. Make an appointment, come by – or send your assistant.