Rich DeMuro, the Emmy Award winning tech reporter for KTLA 5 News in Los Angeles and his “Tech Report” is seen on dozens of television stations nationwide, and along with Mitch Goldstone, president & CEO of ScanMyPhotos.com, is a University of Southern California alumni. His segment on how to digitize photos is linked below this video.
ScanMyPhotos.com has made a business from the popular trending social media hashtag #TBT (ThrowbackThursday), as everyone wants to share decades past pictures, but can’t unless each is digitized
Turn your prints, digital.
Many of us have old photos sitting around in boxes – but what good are they now that we are looking at pictures on our TVs, tablets and phones? It’s a great time to make them digital!
There are several options – you can scan them yourself or have a company do the hard work for you.
We talked to one of the nation’s largest photo scanning companies, ScanMyPhotos.com, based in Irvine, California. They can scan hundreds of photos in seconds thanks to some high powered scanning machines. CEO Mitch Goldstone says he wants to “digitize every picture in the country.”
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