The only thing inexpensive and amiable about a marital split is who gets to keep the memories pictured on photographs. The in-laws, “out-laws” and everyone in the family can now easily get copies and archived digital DVDs from all their photos.
ScanMyPhotos.com operates a worldwide photo scanning service to instantly scan all photographs. The company has scanned tens-of-millions of pictures so far and operates an ecommerce and a retail photo center since 1990, based in southern California.
Pay just $64.00 to instantly have up to 1,000 professionally scanned photos preserved on high resolution (300 dpi, 1.0-1.5 MB) digital files. Reprints and duplicate photo enlargements printed on real 100% Kodak-quality photographic paper is just as fast. While you wait.
Although this service is available to everyone with shoeboxes of generations of family photos, it is especially useful for people undergoing the daunting challenges of divorce where nothing seems easy, or inexpensive.
To prepare your photos for scanning, please visit ScanMyPhotos.com for complete ordering instructions.
Over the past 20-years, ScanMyPhotos.com [30 Minute Photos Etc.] has handled all types of photographic work assignments. Often the most challenging are from divorced couples who want to each get copies of their once treasured memories. The pursuit of copying so many photos once was prohibitively expensive and emotionally straining. But, thanks to a new high-speed commercial scanner and software from the Eastman Kodak Company, super-fast, high quality scans are easy to produce. It is as simple as having the attorneys mail in the photos to ScanMyPhotos.com and have it back the next business day.
Poll: Top 10 Reasons Why People Scan Pictures
Why people digitize their analog photos is not always a pretty picture. According to a revised study released today by ScanMyPhotos.com, 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 ScanMyPhotos.com.
According to ScanMyPhotos.com, 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, ScanMyPhotos.com 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 2,000 standard 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.
TOP TEN REASON TO SCAN PICTURES
- Divorce (22%)
- Funeral / Memorial Service (15%)
- Concern About Losing or Fading Pictures (12%)
- Anniversary Gift / Multi-media Presentation (11%)
- Reunion (9%)
- Birthday, Wedding Gift / Multi-media Presentation (9%)
- Convenience (7%)
- Genealogy / Sharing / Family History Project (6%)
- Preservation from Natural Disaster (5%)
- Other (4%)
[Methodology. According to 420 consumers who were polled by ScanMyPhotos.com during Jan 5-18, the top reason why they chose to have their entire shoeboxes of pictures commercially scanned was impending divorce].