What format are the photos in?
All of our photos are in JPG format.
Do you add photos on a regular basis?
Yes. We add photos as they are taken. Click on "Newest Photos" to see the latest photos that we have posted.
Can I submit photos to sell?
Right now the only photos that we sell are the ones taken by Mark Kaye Photography and it's partners. In the future we may consider this.
Do you offer refunds?
Once your purchase is made we can not offer a refund. The reason for this policy is because we offer full access to our entire digital collection of photos and, as such, there is no way for our products to be returned. On a rare occasion we will make exceptions on a case by case basis.
Are there any restrictions on my use of the Mark Kaye photos that I download?
Yes. While Mark Kaye Photography offers great freedoms and a wide ranges of uses, we do not allow the redistribution of our photos, or allow the use of our photos within products that are mass distributed in any type of archive format.
If I purchase a subscription are there any other fees I will encounter when downloading from the site?
No, an unlimited membership allows you full access to download any photos on our site at no extra charge. If you choose to purchase prints, the prints and shipping are not covered under the monthly/yearly subscription. The subscription is for DOWNLOADS ONLY
Is account sharing allowed?
No, sharing an account is no different than distributing our materials to others. Individual accounts must be purchased by your friends and colleagues.
I bought a subscription, but it says I'm not activated, what do I do?
On rare occasions our merchant processors may not send the information of your transaction to our system, so your account may not be automatically activated. Therefore, if you have made a purchase of our yearly subscription and you are not able to access the photos using your details, send a support request
to us and we will correct it as soon as we can.
Do you transfer VHF to DVD?
Do you have any services to Scan Old 35 mm negatives to Computer images?
Have old video tapes that you canít even watch anymore because you donít have the player?
Worried that your old tapes are getting warped and stretched?
Worried that your tapes are going to get eaten by your machine eventually?
Donít go through that hassle, transfer them to DVD
Itís quick, easy and very affordable
Transfer your old VHS, VHS-C and High 8mm tapes to DVD
Have a format other than whatís above? If you have the player I can transfer them. Contact me and we can discuss it.
ďFoot for footĒ that means what you have on your tape is what you get on DVD
First Hour $25.00*
Every additional hour $10.00*
Need extra copies to keep in a safe place?
Copies are $10.00 per disk*
(Approx. 2 hours fits on a disk)
Donít wait. Every day, you tape may degrade further
* not responsible for any damage that may occur during the transfer process
** Prices are for drop off/Pick-up only if mailing, shipping applies
*** If you request editing, extra charges applies
Discounted prices for bulk transfers
Contact us for more details
Before the age of digital photography there were 35mm film and slides. Over the years, Iím sure your pictures, like mine have become faded and warped, and who has a slide projector? Or one with a working bulb?
Thereís no need to talk about those old pictures and slides anymore, transfer them to digital images and do it at a reasonable cost.
Transfers from negatives and slides can run as high as $2.00 each at other shops. For a roll of 24 negatives or slides it will run you $48.00. Not at Mark Kaye Photography
Our pricing is simple and affordable.
First slide or negative $2.00
Each additional slide or negative ONLY .50 cents
That means the same 24 negatives or slides only costs you $13.50
You save $34.50
A shipping charge applies if you want the final result mailed to you.
Want a second copy of your pictures on disk?
Only $10.00 per disk
Hundreds of pictures can fit on a single disk
All pictures are transferred with a 5 megapixel resolution
Contact us if you have any questions
Our suggestion is to go in bulk. Get all your negatives and slides together and transfer them all at one and get an extra copy or two and keep them at secure locations in the event of theft or fire. Why take the chance of losing those memories forever?