Rebecca Brand Shows How To Scan Photos (video)

How To Save All Your Printed Photos Easily Forever Fast

Rebecca Brand shows you a new innovative, easy way, to save your photos where you don’t have to scan them. saves you the hassle from storage, double prints, and the huge responsibility of having to keep your photos out of harms way for future generations. Rebecca said, “I’ve been the caretaker, and if I failed, it would have been a disaster for my children and future generations. You don’t have to scan your photos, let that be done elsewhere fast, easy and cheap!”



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Rebecca said: It’s [] easy, cheap, and amazing. I’m so happy I found them!




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Meet Rebecca Brand. She’s the very best and her passion and talents are extraordinary. From her website, we are sharing this background:


As an expert in developing successful Youtube channels, Rebecca Brand Recipes is a Youtube channel with 12.5 million views, 78,000 subscribers, with 400 videos uploaded and gets an average of 390,000 views per month.  I developed Rebecca Brand Recipes in less than two years.  The show airs daily in Texas on TV,  and is also carried on many digital platforms such as, Sycbak/Dwidio, DailyMotion, Viaway, and more, about 14 different platforms. My television series has aired on ABC, and other channels. Commercials I have produced for clients in a wide range of trades and industry have aired across the nation.


The TV show Dinner Party Art Class aired 10 episodes on an ABC affiliate with high ratings.  Other shows have been developed including Recipe4LOVE, and Anything4LOVE, and more are currently airing or in development.

I am host, producer, director, and am chief editor for all productions assisted by a staff of talented people.





I was selected for Youtube’s “Rising Star” program, The American Riviera Award for Woman Entrepreneur in 2013.  Other honors include Anderson Graduate School of Management winner “Moot Corp Competition”, and “Outstanding Contribution Award” upon receiving my MBA. I have been featured in the Wall Street Journal for a company I started out of business school.

My educational background includes a B.A. from UCLA and an M.B.A. from Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA.


Beyond productions I paint French impressionist style oil paintings and sell them to buyers around the world. My art can be seen on Time permitting, I also teach French impressionism oil painting in Santa Barbara.