Photo and Media Restoration
Henley Scan are a photo and media restoration company based in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. Run by husband and wife, Eva and Graham Rickett, they both have a passion to restore photos and media. They can convert and digitise your old photos, audio and videos.
They have the talent to be able to bring your memories back to life. If you have Betamax or VHS tapes, footage to be restored from an old camcorder or cine film it can be converted for you to watch and keep. Henley Scan can also restore video and photos from your old mobile phone.
As well as being able to digitise video, Henley Scan can convert audio for you. Old tapes which can be fragile or no longer played can be put onto USB sticks for you to enjoy once more.
Not only that, but Henley Scan offer many more services. They can scan old negatives and restore the original colours. Plus scan slides and make simple edits to original images. This can make them look clear and anything in the background which may be unwanted can be removed.
Images and footage which may date can be viewed or heard once more.
About Eva and Graham
Even though Eva and Graham are based in Henley, they offer their restoration services remotely.
Originally from Sweden, the couple settled in Henley and started their business in 2018. They both have a background in software development and are extremely experienced in what they do.
Visit the Henley Scan website if you need Eva and Graham to restore your photos and media.
Eva and Graham have customers in and around the area and even further afield. They care greatly about your memories and have a safe system in place to have them delivered if needed.
They are also Dementia Friends as part of the Alzheimer’s Society and Graham is one of the few certified members of The Photo Managers in the UK. This organisation is a community of professionals who support clients to tell their stories through their photo collections.
Every photo which has been restored and all media converted is of the highest quality. Henley Scan have received positive feedback and have great reviews.
As well as restoration and accessing old or damaged photos and digitising photographs, audio and video, Henley Scan also create gifts.
You can have a photo book made from images from your phone or camera or have images scanned. Eva and Graham are happy to discuss ideas with you and create something tailored for you.
You can also have personalised LED video books made. Have a look at the website or Facebook page for more details.
They can make great gifts for family, friends or teachers
What Eva Says
You have a very specialised business. What made you get into it?
We have been scanning and digitising family memories for friends and family for over a decade and my husband Graham said ’there has to be a business in this’. And there is!
Are you able to convert video, images or media of any age?
Yes – we convert most formats in house. If we cannot do it, we know who can do it, which so far has only happened a handful of times.
Do you find that your services and video books are becoming popular gifts to give?
Since COVID the video book with mobile phone video messages from all over the world, collated and edited by us, have been very popular. For birthdays, anniversaries and even funerals. One can add older footage, converted from a cine film or video tape, or a photo montage. We also design bespoke front covers which is great fun. A unique, bespoke gift to treasure.
As you are ‘reuniting’ people with their memories, does this make what you do very rewarding?
A big yes. We have people crying happy tears and remembering parts of their stories they had forgotten. Just have. Look at our Google reviews. So personal. We love it and yes very rewarding.
You are based in Henley, but do you offer your services further afield?
Anywhere in the country Either safe drop off, or send it to us signed for and tracked first class. We have customers from Manchester, Yorkshire, south coast as well as local customers.
Are customers can be individuals, businesses, organisations, sport clubs, charities or even town councils. Archiving stories and memories, making them safe for the future.