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.

Sun. 08/12/18

Printing Photography: The Difference Between Digital Printing and Lab Printing

Printing a photograph is a complex process that requires a team of talented experts. Duggal Visual Solutions has been leading the art of printing photography for more than 50 years, and would like to share […]

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Sun. 08/12/18

5 Things to Consider for Step and Repeat Banners

If you have not heard the term, “step and repeat banner,” you have certainly seen it in action. Think press conferences, red carpet events and trade show booths, and you can probably visualize a branded […]

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Sun. 08/12/18

Collaborative Action: The Audubon Sculpture Project, Nicolas Holiber and Birds on Broadway

As more artists choose a socially engaged art practice involving collaboration, the changemaking power of art and design has become increasingly evident. In the case of artist Nicolas Holiber’s latest public art project, Birds on […]

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Sun. 08/12/18

Tracey Moffatt: The Travellers at Tyler Rollins Fine Art

In the exhibition, The Travellers, an alluringly subversive mix of 1940s film noir style and 21st century social commentary is presented by internationally renowned Australian artist, Tracey Moffatt. On view at Tyler Rollins Fine Art […]

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