FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
MemorialPic – does not produce / does not sell monuments and memorials.
We process images for drawing them on the monument itself.
○ Photo editing
○ Portrait retouch
○ Editing damaged parts
○ Photo montage
○ Delete background.
○ Correction of body position and clothing.
○ Correct conversion to B&W photo
After all these steps, you will get a significantly improved, but still natural looking beautiful portrait for the memorial.
Several free samples are available only for ritual companies.
We do not make free samples for individual customers. There are enough examples on our site to understand what kind of work we are doing.
Of course, you can send us a photo for a free estimate, we will reply as soon as possible.
We try to complete the order as soon as possible, partly due to responsibility and partly to avoid piling up orders.
However, our old customers with whom we have long-term cooperation have priority here, and we finish photo editing services for them no later than 24-48 hours.
For everyone else, it usually takes a few working days before delivering quality work.
You can do express delivery (12-24h) with a proportionally higher cost of services, out of turn.
We believe that the price of our services is very reasonable, taking into account the ratio of the price of the service and what it provides. Of course, despite this, we can offer a tangible discount on our services in case of long-term cooperation.
Here you can check the approximate cost of our services.
- Check your photos for dust or stains. Carefully remove dust and dirt from the photo surface with a soft brush or lint-free cloth.
- Check the glass on your scanner. It should not be dust, hair, fingerprints
or spots. Use a lint-free material or wipe thoroughly with an optical cleaner (anything sold for lens cleaning or for cleaning LCD screens will also be suitable
for the scanner). A household glass cleaner may also be suitable for cleaning, but in this case spray it on a cloth and not on a glass surface. Pure white cotton gloves (purchased at photo and hardware stores) will also not be superfluous when scanning, so as not to leave fingerprints on the scanner or on the photo itself.
- Specify the type of scan. When scanning photos, you need to select color scanning, even if the photo itself is not color. Select scan depth: 48 bits per pixel.
- Set the scan resolution: 600 dpi (dots per inch). If the photo is small (for example, 3 * 4 cm), then the resolution is better to set 1200 dpi.
- Disable all options for automatic image correction – we do not need extra distortions of the original photo.
- Save scans of photos in TIFF format. This format is best for subsequent editing, while when saving in JPEG format, information is initially lost (it is due to this that a significant reduction in file size is achieved).
- Carefully place your photo on the scanner face down on the glass, then click Preview. The scanner will quickly display a rough version on your screen. Check that the photo is straight, that there are no cut off parts of the image, and that the photo is obtained with no dust or lint.
- Crop the image so that only the photo remains. Click the Scan button.
Note. If the photo is torn, we collect all the available fragments on the scanner glass in the correct order. If there are any paper jams or bends, they should be straightened.
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