Read about Lisa from Seattle Washington’s experience with ScanMyPhotos.com in her own words that were posted on her “BlondeLawyer” blog.
“Like many people we lots of old pre-everyone-has-a-digital-camera-days photos sitting around. We have had “scan in photos” on our “to do list” for a very long time (it is even on my 101 list!). So when I heard about a company that does it for you and is reasonably priced, I was all over it! In August there was an article in the NY Times about scanmyphotos.com, so I decided to check it out. You have to arrange your photos by size, which took some time, but in the end it was well worth it. Last Thursday I mailed out 11 pounds worth of old photographs. Today when I arrived at my office my photos were returned along with a DVD with all 1368 photos on it. The quality is pretty good and the turn around was so fast. The total cost–about $140 (which included shipping both ways). Well worth it IMHO. So, now you will get to see lots and lots of old photos–including never-before-posted wedding photos from my 1999 wedding…I bet you are on the edge of your seat!! Anywho…I am excited about being able to post all of these old photos. And also to play around with editing them in Photoshop!”
Click here to view a sample of Lisa’s photo scans.
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