Here it is! First Draft of page two, scanned and beauteous.
I haven’t had it on the more color-correct monitor yet (aka mom’s mac) but it looks like i have enough data to color correct, which is very exciting. I scanned one other thing, too, with more yellow, and their scanner doesn’t look like it washes anything out too much to fix, which is very exciting. 
FedEx thank you for existing, you and your large format scanners are saving me something like $1200.

Here it is! First Draft of page two, scanned and beauteous.

I haven’t had it on the more color-correct monitor yet (aka mom’s mac) but it looks like i have enough data to color correct, which is very exciting. I scanned one other thing, too, with more yellow, and their scanner doesn’t look like it washes anything out too much to fix, which is very exciting. 

FedEx thank you for existing, you and your large format scanners are saving me something like $1200.

Putting this list here so I have a fighting chance at finding it later.

If you know of anywhere that does large format scanning or archival photography, preferably in the Sacramento Area (but I am willing to drive a few hours. Reno is about as far as I’m willing to go) then please either reblog and add to this list or send me an ask/fanmail with the company! I am looking to spend no more than maybe $150 to scan/mildly color correct a sheet that’s around 2x3ft

http://www.dickermanprints.com/scanning/

http://www.a1photolab.com/scanning/

http://universitycopyprint.com/services/scanning/

Future Film (on c st. not sure if they’re still there, they charge $25/sqf)

Assembling all the pages and taking one picture of them was outside of my technical abilities, so have this instead! 

Now it’s time to put these pages away while I try to find a way to digitize them.

Does anyone have any experience shopping for art photographers or large format scanning services?