Today: Celebrate #FamilyHistory With 50% Off Photo Scanning

ScanMyPhotos.com First Ever 50% Sale*

Save 50% Off Online Photo Scanning and Add On Features*
See below fine print for limitations and details. 

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Welcome!
To celebrate Family History Month and these recent ScanMyPhotos.com news profiles (links below), and to help digitize the nation’s photo memories, please enjoy this first ever, mega sale! We already digitized 300 million pictures.

               

*Fine print, the details
  • When you order $300 or more online, today only, you will instantly save 50%
  • 24-hours only
  • Only applies to photo scanning services, not valid towards, 35mm slides, negative scanning, film, or VHS digitization
  • Discount does apply to all photo scanning services, including all our popular add-on featured services
  • Excluding eGift certificates, prior orders, sales tax, prior orders
  • Not prorated. Discount only applies when you spend $300+; if you spend under $300, no discount applies
  • Example, if you spend $400, you only pay $200 at checkout
  • Online orders only
  • Certain restrictions may apply
  • Not valid toward VIP Photo Pack, Pay-Per-Scan Photo Service, or Family Generation Photo Collection.
Enter this promo code at checkout: 50OFFSCAN

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5 Tricks to Taking Brilliant Night Sky Photos

Night Sky PhotosA few weeks ago, we experienced a rare night-sky phenomena: a full blood moon lunar eclipse.

 

All over the world, people ventured outside to watch as the Earth cast its shadow over the moon, shrouding it in darkness. As the crowds watched, they also—attempted—to take photos of the eclipse. The result? Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram were filled with blurry pictures of a tiny, obscure dot drowning in a sea blackness.

 

While it’s true that photographing the night sky with your smartphone can be tricky, we’re here to let you know it’s not impossible. If you want to snap a pic of the Milky Way on a crisp autumn night, capture a few shooting stars streaking across the sky, or would like to take a photo of the moon in all its glory, then we have a few tricks just for you.

 

First things first…

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