Photo Albums

Photo Album Scanning Service Toronto and GTA

We offer a full range of services to convert and scan your photo albums into digital files. Call us at 416 479 0903 for a Free Quote.

Many of us have sat down among friends or family and flipped through the pages of old memories, bound together in a Photo Album. The act of which, in itself, has been perceived as a valued family tradition throughout the last century. Elders could pass along stories and lineage with the added context of photographs, in volumes that could hoped to be shared for generations to come.

It’s not unusual for Photo Albums to contain an eclectic mix of images or articles other than the commonly sized consumer prints, perhaps decorative, resembling something closer to a scrapbook. This is common with photo albums which would allow for the free placement of content against an adhesive page, opposed to the pocketed plastic sheets that are often fitted for specifically sized prints (5 x 7, 8 x 10 etc.).

In today’s world, the concept of a Photo Album still remains relevant though our primary means of viewing these photos has largely changed. Today, many of our photos are often Albumed and viewed on social media platforms or shared through text messages, or e-mails between friends and family.

Our digital society has made it possible to capture accurate imprints of old analog media, not only for sharing across popular websites like Facebook, but to make entire catalogues of family history (photo, video, audio, documents; all content) accessible from any number of digital devices, from a full sized desktop computer, all the way down to smartphone.

This ability to digitize content has solved some of the vulnerabilities inherent to physical media, including a feasible means of lasting accurate preservation, duplication without generational loss (allowing for easy sharing and backing up), and the ability to manipulate without destroying the source.

The idea that you can fit all of your family Photo Albums in your front pocket, and access it at your leisure, anytime, anywhere is a now reality.


Full page album scanning

Each page of the album is scanned as a single image.

Family Grade
After 25% discount
600DPI Scan
JPEG, TIFF or DNG File Output
1 Year Backup of Your Photos
Customized Digital File Structure
Manual Colour & Contrast Corrected
Dust Removal

In-album Photo Scanning

Scanning of images inside of albums individually in situations where the photo can't be safely removed from the album page.

Family Grade
After 25% discount
600DPI Scan
JPEG, TIFF or DNG File Output
1 Year Backup of Your Photos
Customized Digital File Structure
Manual Colour & Contrast Corrected
Dust Removal

Full Page or Per Photo Scan?

Full Page Album Scan - Provides a single image per page of a photo album, which will appear identical to the physical page of the photo album. This means if you have 5x Photos on a single page, it would result in an image identical to that page. In addition to being a cost effective way to capture an, albiet less focused, digital copy of your albums, it can also provide a pathway to preserve contextual information that can sometimes be found in older, or scrapbook style albums; Details on the album page, such as names and dates, that would NOT be captured in a per photo scan.

Per Photo Scan - As most contemporary photos are shared, Per Photo scans will provide a single digital image per photo, which allows for a greater application of individual images in terms of online sharing and in reproducing into prints. On a digital display, Per Photo scans allow you to view individual images at full screen, unlike Full Page scans that fill the screen with the entire page.

Full Page Album Scan

Per Photo Scan

What is DPI and why is it important?

DPI stands for dots per inch and is a measure of resolution in digital imaging. It is an important trait to consider in photography because it affects the size and quality of the final image. A higher DPI value will give you a higher resolution image, meaning it will look sharper and crisper. If the DPI is too low, the image will look pixelated or blurry. It is important to consider DPI when printing an image, as a higher DPI value will give you a better quality print.


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In 2014 Digital Treasures went fully commercial and became a part of the Digital Treasury Group (DTG). DTG is exclusively focused on being the highest-quality provider of full-suite media conversion and archiving services nationally. We operate under a fully integrated ‘lean’ business model utilizing industry best practices for providing low-cost/high-value digital solutions to the commercial, institutional and retail marketplaces. Our infrastructure has been purpose-built to (1) mitigate all potential risks associated with the handling and processing of a high volume of multiple media formats and (2) ensure the delivery of a best-quality digital solution fit to the client’s specific requirements. Our methodology is based upon 10 years of dedicated media conversion and archiving experience coupled with 15 years of leading-edge corporate experience resulting in the creation of what we know to be the “best in class” provider of these services in Canada.

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