ScanMyPhotos.com began in 1990 as a boutique retail photo center in Irvine, California. Originally named 30 Minute Photos Etc., we offered fast and affordable photo processing for local customers.
As the technology evolved into the digital age, our founders Mitch Goldstone and Carl Berman realized that photography and the technology for preserving photos were changing. They seized the opportunity to shift its focus from processing to scanning and brought the company online to reach a global audience.
As pioneers in bulk photo scanning, ScanMyPhotos expanded to provide professional digitization services for photos, film negatives, 35mm slide scanning, VHS video cassettes, home movie, and photo restoration services. Mitch is a recognized leader in the photo imaging industry and is frequently sought out as an expert by the media. Beyond photography, the company has a decades-long history of consumer and social activism. From years of media profiles and feature stories in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, Martha Stewart Living, CNN, Real Simple Magazine, Popular Photography, AARP, The Washington Post, KTLA-TV, The Weather Channel, CNET, USA Today, and more, the company has now surpassed one billion pictures preserved.
The company is a content provider for every photo-sharing app. Their users have pictures digitized to upload on platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Google and Amazon Photos, TikTok, Twitter and Snap.AMONG THE HUNDREDS OF NEWS PROFILES, HERE IS A BRIEF SAMPLING:
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- Martha Stewart Living - Easy Outsource
- Forbes - This Photo Scanning Service More Than Delivers
- AARP Magazine - Digitize Your Photos to Preserve Your Memories
- CNET - When in doubt, outsource
- KTLA - Slide Scanning Video
- KTLA - Photo Scanning Video
- Oprah Magazine - Tips to Make Spring Cleaning Easier
- Desert News - Why it's a good idea to digitize your old family photos and how to do it
- Real Simple Magazine - Decluttering pro Erin Doland recommends ScanMyPhotos.com
- Digital Trends - ScanMyPhotos at CES 2021
- HuffPost - A Simple Method For Getting Those Old Photographs Digitized And Online
- The Weather Channel - How to Scan Pictures
- KFI AM / I Heart Radio - Interviews ScanMyPhotos.com
- United States Postal Service - TV Commercial