ScanMyPhotos.com named #16 “Photo 100 Best in Photography”
Background from the WEB100.com website:
Quick take: You send them a box of photos, and the pros at ScanMyPhotos scan them, all for as low as 4 cents an image.
Let the scanning begin. Perhaps that should be the motto of ScanMyPhotos, a spot that’s all about turning your boxes, bins and envelopes of print images—whether they’re from your bar mitzvah in the ’70s, your great-grandma’s wedding in 1902, or maybe even from your recent past—into digital form. ScanMyPhotos is known for speedy, reliable service, and for providing detailed instructions about how to send your photos and get them safely back. Though plans vary, one option costs $64.00 for 1,000 scans, with your images converted into digital form and placed on a DVD. Add-on services are available, too, such as image rotation, photo books, and photo enhancements. But the key here is getting those images scanned, and then having them available for sharing and printing and whatever else.
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1 Flickr – Flickr is a fun and flexible photographic universe, for everything from storing your images to socializing with like-minded photographers. TAGS: photography, social networking
2 Slide – It’s a new era for slideshows, and you don’t need a projector. Just upload images, add music, and then share at Facebook, MySpace, and elsewhere. TAGS: photography, slideshows //
3 PopPhoto The official website of two top photography magazines, PopPhoto is an awe-inspiring news source for cutting-edge photography. TAGS: photography //
4 Digital Photography Review Reviews and previews of the latest digital cameras and accessories give you the information you need to make your next purchase. TAGS: cameras, product reviews //
5 MOO If your photos are languishing on your hard drive, get a kick in the pants from MOO, offering exciting ways to showcase your prints. TAGS: cool, photo printing, photography //
6 Aviary Unzip your cat’s skin, make a frog out of metal: just two things you can do with this fun photo editor.
TAGS: image editor, photoshop //
7 Corbis Browse the world’s most striking photos, including stock footage, pictures of celebrities, and royalty-free images. TAGS: photography, stock images //
8 Shutterstock Images In need of a photo? Buy high-quality images at Shutterstock, the largest subscription-based stock photo agency in the world. TAGS: photography, stock images //
9 Fotolog Photographs lead to friendship. Fotolog gives you a place to share your most obscure or brilliant images—and you may find a soulmate in the process. TAGS: photography, social networking //
10 Digital Camera Resource Page detailed reviews of cameras, with an emphasis on consumer models, from point-and-shoot Kodaks to Nikon digital SLRs. TAGS: photography, product reviews //
11 Photobucket.com Get carried away with Photobucket: a photographer’s playground, complete with photo sharing, prints, gifts, forums, and so much more. TAGS: photo printing, photography, social networking //
12 Rock You Rock the social network with great-looking photos: RockYou provides applications for making the most of MySpace, Facebook, Friendster, Bebo, and more.
13 Nikon Cameras Stay up to date on the latest news from Nikon, producer of much-heralded cameras, scanners, and other imaging products. TAGS: cameras, photography //
14 Museum of Modern Art
Enter the world of contemporary photography, as showcased by New York City’s world-renowned Museum of Modern Art TAGS: museum, photography //
15 Microstock Diaries
Some diaries are meant to be read: Microstock Diaries teaches you the ins and outs of selling your photos.
TAGS: blog, photography, stock images //
17 Digital Camera HQ It’s like a dating service for you and cameras: Learn all you need to know before you commit.
TAGS: cameras, product reviews //
18 iStockphoto.com Stock up at iStockphoto, the online spot to buy and sell stock photos. Free to join, easy to use.
TAGS: photography, stock images //
19 Photodoto hotography is for everyone at Photodoto: Learn the basics of photography, hone your skills, or browse reader photos.
20Blurb Turn your works of art into books of art: Blurb enables you to create your own high-quality photography books. TAGS: books, photography, self-publishing //
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