Scanning

Duggal specializes in scanning, archiving and digitizing images from transparent slides, film negatives, fine artwork and photographic prints. We provide archive management for world-class museums, galleries and brands while also serving students and independent professionals.

Scanner Types

  • Drum scanners
  • Flatbed scanners
  • High-speed Kodak film scanners
  • Imacon film scanners

Scanning & Digitizing

Here at Duggal we have a world-class repertoire of scanning, archiving and digitizing services. We digitize images for everyone from students to global brands; from photographers to museums and galleries. Our skilled and passionate experts know that a beautiful output begins with a perfect scan.

Drum Scanner Specs

  • Up to a maximum size of 11” x 14”
  • Wet and dry mounting available
  • PMT (Photo Multiplier Tube) capture device
  • The analog to digital output is the only digital file that can reproduce the latitude, contrast, and grain structure of any film.

Sat. 12/16/17

Susan Wides’ ‘this: seasons’ at Kim Foster Gallery

In an age where corporate mindfulness as a business strategy and the corporatization of yoga are drastically altering what it means to be present, a pleasing series of photographs by Susan Wides simplifies the task […]

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Fri. 12/15/17

Introducing Crystal Luxe Blocks – now 25% off through January 31, 2018!

Bring new dimension and life to your photos with Duggal’s handcrafted acrylic blocks. These spectacular photo displays incorporate a high quality Flex photo print with Lexan backing and Duggal uses 1.5” of acrylic – twice […]

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Fri. 12/15/17

Winter Promotion! Buy One Get One Free! Digital C Prints!

Now Through January 31st, 2018 Only! Buy One Digital C Print, Get One Free! (good for any size print – 2nd print from the same file or from a 2nd file – 2nd print to be of […]

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Wed. 12/13/17

Michael Haggiag’s Urban Abstractions at Freight + Volume Gallery

Freight + Volume Gallery’s current exhibition of photographs by Michael Haggiag elevates overlooked aspects of infrastructure common to many urban landscapes into a space of abstract contemplation. Haggiag combines mindfulness and the mundane in his […]

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