- This may be the most well-known ‘rule’ of photographic composition. The basic idea is to imagine that you are breaking the scene you are photographing into thirds (both horizontally and vertically)...
We interviewed New York City-based professional organizer Andrew Mellen and asked him for advice on common issues that arise when organizing photos.
Andrew’s prowess in the organization field has landed him on NPR, Real Simple, Oprah, Martha Stewart and many more high-profile media channels.
He’s a larger-than-life organizational expert, speaker and best-selling author of the book Unstuff Your Life!—and he’s on a mission to help everyone he meets simplify their lives and get back in touch with their core values.
This is something we know resonates with our ScanMyPhotos customers so we’re very excited to share the must-read tips Andrew provided during our interview. Which is your favorite from these six tips?
Welcome to this week’s episode of Tales From the Pictures We Saved.
We’ve spent the past 28 years helping our customers preserve tens of millions of happy memories, milestones, achievements, and events—all of which have incredible stories behind each and every photo.
And now we’re eager to share these stories with you.
In this week’s episode, ScanMyPhotos customer Margaret Hoybach shares the details on her incredible life as illustrated by over 50,000 print photos.
You might think you have a lot of print photos sitting in your attic or closet, but how many do you really have? We often hear customers say they are working on scanning 1,000, 3,000 and sometimes even up to 10,000 print photos they have laying around, but this is the first time, in a long time, where one customer shared with us that she has over 50,000 print photos in her possession that she needs to have scanned.
Do you have a photo story to share?
Contact us today and your tale could be featured in an upcoming episode!
This episode features music by Bensound.com. Margaret was voiced by voice-over actress Norma Jean Gradsky.