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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.

Mon. 05/22/17

Duggal Donates Computer and Creative Software to Newark, N.J. Community Program

In one of America’s most challenged cities, an anti-poverty group is cultivating students’ creativity into marketable skills with the help of Duggal Visual Solutions. In May 2017, the Duggal Big Picture Foundation donated a Mac […]

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Sun. 05/21/17

Artifacts from New York City’s Demolished Buildings

The tragic glory of Manhattan’s ever-changing cityscape is on display an hour west of Albany, where stone fragments that were once ornaments on buildings from decades past are safely nestled in the humble wooden Anonymous […]

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Sun. 05/21/17

Sights in the City: Photos by Jamel Shabazz at United Photo Industries

Jamel Shabazz is not only a globally recognized documentary photographer; he’s something of a legend and icon among early pioneers and fans of New York’s hip-hop culture. His vivid photographs captured the emergence of street […]

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Thu. 05/18/17

Hulu Celebrates New Series, ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ with Interactive Installation on New York’s High Line

The New York Times is calling Hulu’s new TV series, The Handmaid’s Tale, “spectacular.” Based on Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel of the same name, the series currently has a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes […]

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