ART SCANNING

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Art Scanning

Scan your art for archival purposes or to sell or archive prints. Precise color-matching and extra high resolution available. Just ask us. 

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Still have questions or need consultation? We're here to help.

Our Art Scanning Process

We offer a variety of scanning services meant to fit your individual output and budget needs. 

 

1) Tell us about your scanning and printing needs. We offer consultation.

2) Drop off your artwork at one of our locations: Los Angeles, Westlake Village, Ventura, and Santa Barbara. 

3) We give you an estimate.

4) We scan your artwork.

5) You approve the scan. 

6) We give you a digital file in a format of your choice (cloud, flash drive, hard drive, etc.) 

Please ask us for an estimate for your scanning project -- we're happy to offer our insights where needed. 

Call 310-736-1001 or email us at lacopy@cybercopyusa.com.

Scanning Options

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ULTRA LED SCANNER

Ideal for small artworks, photographs, negatives, and archival documents. Flat paper media only, non-reflective medium. Media up to 8.5"x11".

Starts at $24 per scan

Choose Preferred Resolution

300-400 dpi...............$24 per scan

600-720 dpi...............$36 per scan

800-1200 dpi.............$48 per scan

2400 dpi....................$60 per scan

3200 dpi....................$72 per scan

4800 dpi....................$84 per scan

6400 dpi....................$96 per scan

9600 dpi..................$110 per scan

12800 dpi................$144 per scan

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WIDE FORMAT SCANNER

Great for quick archival, template, or process work. Affordable fair quality scans. Flat non-textured, non-reflective media only. 

Starts at $7.50 per scan

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Choose Preferred Resolution:

300 dpi...................$7.50 per scan

600 dpi......................$15 per scan

800 dpi......................$24 per scan

1200 dpi....................$34 per scan

2400 dpi....................$50 per scan

4800 dpi....................$74 per scan

9600 dpi....................$90 per scan

 

Additional Color Refinement

300-800 dpi scans:

$45 every 2 scans

1200-9600 dpi scans

$60 every 2 scans

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RENCAY SCANNING SYSTEM

For scans that require high resolution and superior color matching. Great at capturing textures and reflective surfaces. Media up to 10ft x 8ft. 

Starts at $90 per scan

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Choose from 3 options:

1) Standard Scan: $90 per scan

Best default color profile used to scan artwork.
 

2) Superior Scan: $165 per scan

Better color match to original by combining art scan, art color, and studio light data.

3) Optimal Scan: $275 per scan

Closest color match to original by combining art scan, art color data, and studio light data + modest manual adjustments. 

Rencay 24k3 Scanning System

CyberCopy is currently the only company in the United States that owns a Rencay 24k3. It's the most advanced fine art scanner in the world -- widely used in museums and historic institutes in Europe and Asia -- providing the highest resolution and accurate color matching capabilities available today. 

Works best for those who've struggled to capture the original color of their artwork.

The Rencay 24k3 looks like a camera, but acts like a scanner. It takes about 12 minutes to "scan" one artwork. Followed by several hours of post-production color-matching performed by an experienced and trained professional using proprietary software. 

The Rencay 24k3 allows you to scan a large artwork without needing to digitally stitch multiple images together. We can scan artworks up to 10ft x 10ft with the Rencay. For larger artworks, please ask if we may be able to accommodate them. 

Other Scanning Services

We also offer Ultra LED Scanning (flatbed scanner) and Wide Format Scanning (roll-through scanner) -- best for small artworks, photographs, negatives, and archival documents. Not recommended for reflective or metallic medium. 

Please consult with us on which scanner is best for your project.