Just days after being profiled in "the world's largest circulation consumer magazine," AARP Magazine, ScanMyPhotos.com was back for more. Check out the April issue of "Money Magazine," [page 48, "New Life for Old Memories"]. Columnist Adam Bluestein wrote on "[t]he smartest ways to digitize your photos, home movies, and more."
Those videos of your kids pushing birthday cake into each other's faces - you'll watch them again, right? Maybe not. Videotape can start to degrade in as little as a decade, says Sarah Stauderman, preservation manager at the Smithsonian Institution. Home-movie reels, photos, and slides aren't immortal either. And if they're not in a format that's easy to use, no one is going to see them.
The solution: Turn your old-media images digital. Once you stow them on DVDs, you'll be able to view them on your computer or TV whenever - not to mention easily foist them on others. Follow our smart strategies and you can say to those college friends who post embarrassing pix of you on Facebook: Revenge is at hand.
To digitize photo prints:
On the cheap. Got hundreds of snaps? Your most economical move is to send 'em to an automated scanning service. ScanMyPhotos.com is one of the quickest and least expensive around. [$84] (including shipping) for 1,000 photos, or -cents each.
[See ScanMyPhotos.com for complete menu of all photo imaging services, including prints from digital, photo albums, scanning slides, digitizing negatives, transferring VHS tapes to DVD and hundreds of other services. We were founded in 1990 and are here to assist you.]
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