300 million pictures digitized by ScanMyPhotos.com led to emotional stories from decades of family photographs–shared in new “Tales From The Pictures We Saved” podcast series
A missing brother, a long-lost letter from a loved one, a heartbreakingly beautiful gift given to a wife on her death bed—these are just some of the stories ScanMyPhotos.com uncovers in the new podcast “Tales From the Pictures We Saved.”
If a photo is worth a thousand words, imagine the novels that could be written based on the millions of print photos stored right now in the homes across America.
“On the surface, it looks like we’re in the business of scanning and digitizing photos, but it’s about so much more,” explains ScanMyPhotos.com CEO Mitch Goldstone. “Every box of old photos contains more than pictures. It contains stories of our loved ones, precious memories, and moments captured in history. Over time, we started to hear about how the process of preserving and scanning print photos kicked up these powerful stories in our customer’s lives—it was heartwarming and emotional.”
While interviewing customers about their experience with the company, ScanMyPhotos realized each customer had a remarkable story to tell.