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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

What Happened When I Sent My Pictures To

More than a year later, we are still receiving feedback from customers who first read about us in David Pogue's "Personal Tech" column in The New York Times. Here is another comment we just received. Thanks, Andrew!

"I first read about in a glowing article in The New York Times. It took me a while but I finally used this service and I could not have been more pleased with the results. I sent my photos by priority mail on a Wednesday, they received the package Friday and I got an e-mail that same Friday that my scanned photos were on their way back to me. I received the photos and the DVD on Monday. It could not have been any faster and the results could not have been better.

I sent the photos from the first two years of my daughters' lives when we were still using a regular film camera. The scans were excellent quality, crisp and clean, and we are so happy to now have all of our kids' pictures digitally saved. I have already pulled down my old photo albums from college and I am eagerly readying another order to be sent to be scanned by

Outstanding service and quality -- could not ask for anything more -- and now we'll have all of our photos safely saved forever."

Andrew M. Wong, Esq.
New York, N.Y.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

"Organize and Digitize Your Old Vacation and Family Photos The Easy Way" (via blogger)

Thanks to Susan at "Wicked Good Travel Tips" for her review and comments on
See excerpt:
We all have them… shoe boxes filled with prized snapshots from past adventures and family trips - smiling faces bursting with the enthusiasm of being on vacation. The more industrious of us have patiently affixed piles of precious photos into now dusty albums. Well the digital age is here and it’s time to convert all those fading photos (taken long before digital cameras become the rage) into a digitized photo library.

Check out the services of For just $64 they will scan up to 1,000 photos (of various sizes and shapes) into a digital photo album!! (That’s about one large shoe box packed full of photos). They also offer scanning services for slides and negatives, and do video format transfers as well. Once scanned, the original photos are mailed back to you the same day along with a DVD filled with all your images. For an additional $95 you can order a printed book of all your photo images. Read all the details and instructions for sending your photos at ScanMyPhotos. So get your photos digitized and get those smiling faces out of the drawers and onto calendars, mugs, photo books and onto your computer wallpaper!

Sunday, September 27, 2009 Joins NAPO (Natl Assn Professional Organizers) to Support Get Organized Month and National Preparedness Month, the international photo imaging and scanning company, based in Irvine, Calif. has joined The National Association of Professional Organizers as an Associate Member.

NAPOSM is a group of about 4,200 professional organizers dedicated to helping individuals and businesses bring order and efficiency to their lives. The vision is to have the world recognize the value of organizing and turn to NAPO as the leading organizing authority. Its mission is to develop, lead, and promote professional organizers and the organizing industry.

In addition to serving professional organizers, like the services provided by to unclutter and digitize generations of analog family photo memories , NAPO aims to help consumers and those interested in becoming professional organizers.

NAPO is also a national member of the National Preparedness Month coalition. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security sponsors National Preparedness Month annually in September. It's never too early to begin planning for these public-awareness campaigns.

At, we provide year-round help in preparing and protecting your family's entire photo history from natural disasters, decay, fading and even the damage caused by a family divorce, where photos are often, otherwise neglected or unable to be divided. Other easy-to-use services include instantly and affordable online photo ordering, custom photo albums, folded photo greeting cards, custom photo restoration, Kodak Picture Movie DVDs to share your photos on TV, and hundreds of other photo imaging services.

Let help preserve and organize your pictures Today!

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Saturday, September 26, 2009

How to Tag, Share and Easily Identify Your Scanned Photos

Rick Broida at PC World wrote about Google's Picasa 3.5 software to easily tag your photos. Click here to read the article. From the tens of millions of analog photos, slide and negatives that are scanned at, the most popular question is how to easily identify and group the newly digitized photos. Picasa has the smart solution to automatically and quickly group your pictures and it is free. It is a quick way to find your photos.

Picasa is free photo editing software from Google that makes your pictures look great. Sharing your best photos with friends and family is as easy as pressing a button! Click here for more info.


"As you've probably discovered after years of taking digital snapshots, keeping a photo library organized can be a nightmare. Far and away your best ally: tags, which are little descriptors attached to each photo. Unfortunately, it's a major hassle to manually assign tags, which is why I was delighted to see the new automatic-tagging feature in the just-released Google Picasa 3.5."

Friday, September 25, 2009

Companies keep employees motivated in tough times (via OC Reg)

Excerpt from Jan Norman, Orange County Register, September 26, 2009 article.

Mitch Goldstone and Carl Berman, co-owners of Irvine-based, continually look for unusual ways to thank employees. During the summer they took the entire staff by limousine to a surprise dinner at the Montage Hotel in Laguna Beach. Soon they will close the business for three days and take the staff for a luxury visit to Las Vegas. They'll stay in a luxury suite and go to top shows. is a Web-based service that converts pictures to digital format.

"It's important to come up with special ways to let employees know that they are our most valued asset," Goldstone says. "Employees are family to us. They are so highly motivated to do great work. There's no way we could do this business. I can't afford not to reward them."

The result of such staff recognition is that the company has no
turnover and sales have continued to climb despite the recession, he

Kodak SmileMaker iPhone App

After your generations of analog photo snapshots are scanned at, here is a new way to relive those special moments. Have fun and add a smile to every picture.

The Kodak SmileMaker iPhone app [See:] lets you easily add an assortment of "smiles" to any photo. What fun! You can make ANYBODY smile, give it a try. With Kodak, it's time to smile and then share on Facebook, Twitter and all social networking sites!

The SmileMaker lets you choose from an assortment of smiles to add to a photo you take or pull from your saved photos. You can make the smile smaller or larger, rotate it or add multiple smiles for group shots. Even if you don't have big grins in your photo, no worries... The SmileMaker can turn frowns upside down.

More info on our KODAK Photo Kiosks, KODAK Rapid Scanners and KODAK APEX photo printing retail services, see:

Most Affordable Photo Scanning: 3.5-Cents

Our best customers are often those which first searched around - which often gets them nearly confrontational with us. They are baffled that can charge as low as 3.5-cents to scan their photos. We've been here the longest - since 1990 and pioneered a new industry.

Families around the country and overseas now conveniently order prepaid photo boxes, which includes all shipping. Each prepaid box holds many more than 1,600 4x6" sized pictures. Or, they can use our Option # 2 service where they choose exactly how they would like their orders processed and pay just $64.00 to scan up to 1,000 pictures.

For the prepaid boxes, they can buy two boxes and get the third box free; that about 6,000 pictures scanned for just $299.90, including all free shipping and same day service!.

Why do people using our 24/7 Live Support and calling our headquarters [949-474-7654] get so incensed? They are amazed that we are making it so easy and affordable. We are doing it their way and fast. The service we pioneered and commercialized is super-fast. All orders are scanned and mailed back the same day.

More info, see:

Click here to order prepaid boxes online right now via our
encrypticly secured online ordering system. All orders are processed and mailed out the same business day when ordered before 2:00 pm (PT).

Fast Year-round DIY Photo Greeting Cards at

Getting ready for the holiday....

What is a photo greeting card?

A photo greeting card is a great way to send your holiday wishes along with a photograph to your family and friends. Each card is 4"x8", includes a space for your photo and custom text, and includes gold foil envelopes with every order. Choose from many different designs as you celebrate this holiday season. Prices are as low as 59¢ per card. It's fast and easy. Every photo greeting card order received by 2PM PT will be shipped the same day it is received. All orders are completed and mailed back, or ready for pickup at our southern California photo center the same business day.

How to order at online at in-store

here and follow the prompts to create your very own custom 4x8 photo greeting card in minutes. It's the fewest clicks to card creation on the Internet. If you are in the southern California area, you can also visit us at our retail photo center.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Free Return FedEx Ground Delivery - Recession Buster

Free FedEx Ground shipping for all pay-per-1,000 photo scanning orders totaling $250 or more from Now, through August 10, receive free FedEx Ground return shipping on your Pay-per-1,000 photo scanning order when it totals $250 or more and you type in on the order form* the code: FREESHIPPING609
See below for sample order form and placement info.

Attach a copy of this blog posting with your order.
YOU CANNOT APPLY THIS TO PRIOR ORDERS. Only way to redeem is on a future order, following the below instructions. No credit or other exclusions available. U.S. Domestic orders only.

*Offer valid only on Pay-per-1,000 photo scanning orders and promo code must be entered in order form to redeem. Offer not valid for any other service and cannot be combined with any other offer, nor applied to orders already submitted/completed. US domestic orders only. Received order must be post marked by August 10.
To order, click here

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How Seniors Can Prepare For An Emergency (Video)

It takes just three steps for older Americans to get READY for an emergency. Watch this video.

1. Get an Emergency Supply Kit
2. Make a Family Emergency Plan
3. Be Informed about different types of emergencies

Find out more at

This information will help you know what to do in case of any emergency, natural or man-made.
Be prepared to adapt the information to your personal circumstances. You'll find everything you'll need to prepare yourself and your family for an emergency at It's as simple as One, Two, Three. This instructional video was developed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in consultation with AARP.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

How to Document Your Life and Tell Your Family's Story Through Pictures in 3-Minutes - KODAK Picture Movie DVD From Your Scanned Photos

All New. Now available at our retail location and for all our photo scan mail orders at --- Introducing the new KODAK Picture Movie DVD.

"Don't just look at pictures.... Relive your memories" with KODAK Picture Movie DVDs.

Click here for more information.

These movie DVDs are separate from your scanned DVD data disc files and are just like any other movie that you watch on your DVD player. There is a separate charge, in addition to all scanning services for this added service.

Pay just $34.95 for the first copy and $14.95 for each duplicate copy.

Enjoy this added feature from KODAK after your generations of photo memories are digitally preserved by Order your own multi-media KODAK Picture Movie DVDs from your favorite 60 pictures, includes your choice of music* from popular artists and all orders are completed and mailed back with your order on the same day it is received.

The KODAK Picture Movie DVD even includes special pan and zoom effects for a true movie experience. That’s all there is to it!

Watch your favorite photos on TV, Ordering is super-easy and super-fast. Watch this!

Why only 60 pictures? Even though the average order is about 2,500 images scanned, we have found that to retain viewer interest and preserve the special impact that the most important photos represent, 60 pictures is the perfect quantity, without having your guests' eyes begin to close.


  1. Choose the prepaid boxes to add this new feature

  2. Or, choose the standard service where you mail in your pictures in your own box to add this new feature

  3. Choose up to 60 pictures and place in sequence order, beginning with the first image you want to view on the KODAK Picture Movie DVD. Please those pictures in a separate envelope and add to your box

  4. Choose up to ten words (titles, descriptions, special introduction) that will be electronically embedded into the opening credit for your KODAK Picture Movie DVD

  5. *Choose ONE song from the list below and we will have that added as part of the multi-media DVD presentation.

  6. Any questions, use the 24/7 Live Support help desk.



On The Road Again – Willie Nelson
Pump Up the Jam – Technotronic
Shout – The Isley Brothers
That’s The Way I Like It – KC and The Sunshine Band


Dancing In the Street – Martha Reeves and the Vadellous
Everlasting Love – Carl Carlton
I’m So Excited – The Pointer Sisters
What I Like About You – The Romantics


St. Elmo’s Fire – John Parr
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terell
Shining Star – Earth, Wind and Fire
Walking on Sunshine – Katherine and the Waves


Always On My Mind – Willie Nelson
Calling All Angles – Train
Dust in the Wind – Kansas
Three Times a Lady – The Commodores


Baby Love – Diana Ross and the Supremes
I’ll Be – Edwin McCain
My Girl – The Temptations
Only Wanna Be With You – Hootie and the Blow Fish

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Tips to Help Organize for the Family Trip

Whether it’s a day trip, a weekend getaway or a weeklong vacation you’re planning to take this summer, some pre-travel organizing is vital to ensuring a fun excursion for all.

Particularly in today’s difficult economy, having needed supplies, including cameras, batteries and snacks on hand can save time, money and frustration, according to the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).

“Being organized for travel is the first and perhaps most important step in planning a trip,” NAPO President Laura Leist said. “Planning ahead and determining what is essential for your trip is just as important as packing the right items and knowing where they are when you arrive at your destination.”

NAPO would like to offer a few tips to help individuals and families get and stay organized during summer vacations.

To save time
• Keep a copy of your packing list on the computer to cut down on time spent recreating it for future trips. Update it before each trip to include new information such as medications.
• Create an itinerary before you travel which lists travel times, hotel check-in/check-out times and a list of activities/places you’d like to visit.
• Map out your route ahead of time if driving
• Keep all documents related to your trip (airline tickets, car rental and hotel reservations, etc.) in a “Travel/Trips” active file for easy retrieval.
• Keep a toiletry bag packed with travel-sized containers year-round. This way, you’re always ready for a long trip or an overnight stay.
• Place items you’ll need immediately at the top of your suitcase, or in a separate

To save money
• Think ahead and pack items you may need for various vacation activities, including band-aids for hiking, beach towels and/or umbrellas for the beach and aloe vera for sunburns.
• Make sure you have camera batteries, film and other necessities before leaving home as these items will cost much more at tourist locales.
• Make sure camera and power charger cables are included on your packing list. It would be terrible to waste vacation time and money looking for cords needed to recharge your equipment.
• Review vacation planning guides for your destination to find valuable coupons on dining, entertainment and activities on your itinerary.

To save stress
• Look up the weather in your vacation destination to make sure you pack the appropriate clothing and shoes.
• Begin packing early and only pack what you absolutely need.
• Be sure to leave extra space in your suitcase if you plan on buying souvenirs.
• Organize your wardrobe around one basic color to prevent over-packing. You’ll be able to mix and match easily.
• Check items off your to-do list at least one to two weeks before you travel so you are not pressed for time at the last minute.
• Use suitcase organizers to separate outfits or types of clothing.
• Get your car fully serviced at least two weeks prior to travel so you have time to make any necessary repairs.
• Leave your itinerary and contact information with family or friends should an emergency arise.

[source: NAPO]

Monday, September 21, 2009

The Daily Reviewer Names Blog to Top 100

Thanks to our readers, Tales From The World of Photo Scanning just awarded by reader votes to The Daily Reviewer Top 100 Photography. The Daily Reviewer selects only the world's top blogs (and RSS feeds). They sift through thousands of blogs daily to present the world's best writers. The blogs used are authoritative on their respective niche topics and are widely read.

Read more.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Join Mitch Goldstone ( and other photo imaging industry execs in Cologne, Germany (Oct 21-22)

Presentation by Mitch Goldstone, President/CEO of, Irvine, California, USA

Twitter: The new way to promote your memory business

Twitter is transformative. As digital was to fi lm, Twitter is to traditional yellow page display phone books. It is revolutionary, free, and the preferred new instrument for listening to and engaging your prospective customers with a helpful and authentic dialogue. Mitch Goldstone, President &
CEO of U.S.-based will share winning tips about how his company gained international recognition and customers by implementing social network marketing.

Click here for more info.

Digital Tips Today author, Nancy Hevenor Blogs on Photo Scanning

Reposted from Nancy Hevenor's Digital Tips Today blog:

If you are over 30 you probably have a lot of non-digital photos. And for most people they are still in the envelopes and stuffed in a box or drawer where they are not only accumulating dust they are slowly fading away. Now that even most grandmothers have a digital camera and perhaps a digital photo frame it would be nice to have some of those old photos to look at and and preserve. And the only hope that your children and grandchildren will keep them may be to get them scanned to a digital format to share with them.

I know I was guilty of this problem. I had decades of photos of my children growing up and of my parents and other relatives who are no longer with us. I did not want to lose these images. While they are certainly not photographic art they are precious memories to me that I want to preserve.

So I was delighted to find a website,
ScanMyPhotos that would scan 1,000 photos for only $64.00! I know from personal experience it would take me many weeks of scanning photos to scan that many photos! And it would never get done. They have an even more affordable option where they send you a priority mail box to fill with as many photos as possible and they pay the postage.

I immediately set to work gathering up my old photos and putting them on some kind of order, eliminating duplicated and disasters. Even just this task took me the better part of a week to prepare about 2,000 photos for scanning. I also ordered the photo index book which printed a thumbnail of every one of my photos.

I must say I was delighted with the results. Browsing the book is like watching my children grow in fast forward. I made copies of the disks with the photos to send to my sons and they browsed them all too.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Poll: Top 10 Reasons Why People Scan Pictures

Previous News Article - click here

Why people digitize their analog photos is not always a pretty picture. According to a revised study released today by, lamentable events in people's lives top the list of ten leading reasons why people are choosing to have high-speed commercial scans made from their shoeboxes of pictures.

But, collectively, pleasurable family occasions are also an important reason for preserving photographs.

" After and earlier poll of customers, we just asked again, and the results have maintained and mirror those prior ranking. The poll was motivated by wondering why people digitally archive their generations of family pictures that were previously stored in shoeboxes," explained Mitch Goldstone, president and CEO

According to, topping the list of ten primary reasons why people want to scan pictures was divorce. "It turns out that the most common reason for scanning pictures is due to divorce and seeking to easily split up photos," explained Goldstone,. His company, instantly marry pictures to a digital CD before a divorce takes it away. And, according to Goldstone, "the only thing easy and inexpensive about divorce is deciding who gets the photos; for just $64.00, his company commercially scans up to 1,000 pictures in minutes or buy a prepaid box that holds about 2,000standard pictures for $149.95 [buy two get third free]."

Divorce, followed by funerals and anxieties over fading photos topped the list, according Goldstone, who is a well-known photo imaging industry leader and regular speaker at major photo industry conventions, including PMA, Lyra Research, CES and InfoTrends.

This time, four hundred and twenty people were interviewed earlier thsi year for this revised study which identified the top ten reasons people scan pictures.


  • 1) Divorce (22%

  • 2) Funeral / Memorial Service (15%)

  • 3) Concern About Losing or Fading Pictures (12%)

  • 4) Anniversary Gift / Multi-media Presentation (11%)

  • 5) Reunion (9%)

  • 6) Birthday, Wedding Gift / Multi-media Presentation (9%)

  • 7) Convenience (7%)

  • 8) Genealogy / Sharing / Family History Project (6%)

  • 9) Preservation from Natural Disaster (5%)

  • 10) Other (4%)

[Methodology. According to 420 consumers who were polled by during Jan 5-18, the top reason why they chose to have their entire shoeboxes of pictures commercially scanned was impending divorce].

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

What People Are Saying About

Just received this email:

I am writing to tell you thank you for the awesome service that you provide. I can't believe how fast you were able to turn around my order. I put a recommendation on Facebook for your company. Thanks again for the excellent job! Keep up the great work!

Sincerely,-- Greg Hawn

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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Gadget Gift Guide 2008: #1 Most "Thoughtful Gift" Idea


Laptop Magazine's annual Gadget Gift Guide 2008 is now on newstands, on page 28 is a listing of four "Thoughtful Gift Giving" ideas, including a Gift Card to Best Buy's Geek Squad, iPod tunes, iPhone customized ideas and... as the #1 best idea - converting "photo albums to digital DVDs."

Convert Photo Albums to Digital DVDs
Help them preserve their precious memories with, which lets loved ones share photos with family and friends easily. For $64.00, the service will scan [same day] up to 1,000 photos at 300-dpi resolution and burn them to DVD-R discs; if that thousand-pics cap is just the tip of your photo iceberg, you can order a prepaid box service for $149.95 that you can stuff with as many pictures as possible [all free shipping and all same day service]. can also produce scans from 35mm slides, 35mm and APS negatives and transfer video to DVD.

Thanks Laptop Magazine and editor Jeffrey L. Wilson for the mention. Because all picture scans and all our extra photo products and online and in-store services* are always completed and mailed back the same day, this is a really cool idea that was 19-years in the making. Way back in 1990, our company's customer base was local in the Orange County, Calif. area, today we service orders from around the world.

Separately, also made the Esquire Magazine Gift Guide too - click here. - Those shoeboxes of pictures, waiting for the day a scanner brings them back to digital life, are no longer a lost cause. will professionally scan up to a thousand of your printed shots and transfer them to a DVD for $64. If she's nostalgic about keeping the originals, they return those in two to three business days post-scan. ($64 per 1,000 photos, [source: Esquire Magazine]

* Slide, negative and some custom services might take longer than 24-hours to complete.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

"Photo Scanning Web Services Save Time, But How Much?" (via Wired Magazine)

Click here to read the photo scanning article in Wired Magazine [Gadget Lab is Wired's hardware blog] by Jose Fermoso.

The reporter calculated it would take him 156 hours to scan just 2,000 photos. easily races through 2,000 pictures in about 20-minutes for $149.95 with its free S&H prepaid fill the box service with same day return. Because its entire scanning Southern California full-service photo imaging headquarters has multiple high tech Kodak scanners and can easily digitize hundreds of thousands of pictures in a day, all photo scanning is completed and mailed back the same day - worldwide.

For more info on the company we founded in 1990, click here.

Excerpt: also offers a similar service and scans hundreds of pictures per minute through an unnamed Kodak machine seen in this video.... Its rate of 5 cents per photo is likely the cheapest out of any similar service on the Internet.
Scan Photos, 35mm Slide and Negative Scanning, Photo Restoration, Digital Printing -