How to repair and digitize photos damaged by hurricanes and wildfires. Why The Time To Digitize Photos is Before a Wildfire or Hurricane.
Never rush back into your home to grab pictures. Beyond the destruction of property from natural disasters, there are other elements to consider. Storm surges and smoke damage also risks ruining your lifetime of family nostalgia and pictures.
While everyone read about the destructive damage caused by natural disasters, we hear something else. After an even, the calls come in. How to repair damaged pictures from smoke and storm surge damage?
We all know about protecting the “three-P’s,” People, Pets, and Pictures. Yet those decades of irreplaceable photos, 35mm slides, and film negatives are at risk, along with your reels of home 8mm movie film.
Sadly, this story profiled by The Weather Channel happens after every storm.
There is an answer, plan ahead. Visit informational websites like FIMA’s Ready.gov for tips:
Many kinds of emergencies can cause you to have to evacuate. In some cases, you may have a day or two to prepare while other situations might call for an immediate evacuation. Planning is vital to making sure that you can evacuate quickly and safely no matter what the circumstances. MORE.
Why it’s important to protect your cherished, irreplaceable photos before a natural disaster happens. Courtesy: of Accuweather
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