The popular “Ask Martha” column in Martha Stewart Living (page 48, May 2021), with a readership of about 7 million, has a profile on the top recommendations for scanning your pictures.
Three Instant Ways to Digitize All of Your Photographs
Chances are you’ve thought about bringing your old paper photos into the digital age—and that would be a good idea. If your spring cleaning surfaced a trove of precious pictures, digitize them for safekeeping and single-click sharing. Once digitized, these photographs will no longer fade over time in scrapbook albums, boxes, or dusty frames. Instead, they can be organized and easily searched for on a device or in an online cloud, and you can share them with friends and family over social media. They can even be downloaded for memory-keeping projects and personalized handmade gifts. It’s not as laborious as it sounds—and you have options. Here’s a snap-shot from Living photo director Ryan Mesina.
The Easy Outsource
Send a batch to ScanMyPhotos.com in a prepaid box. Use this service and you’ll get a download link within a couple of days, and the originals back within three weeks (from $170 for up to about 1,800 photos, scanmyphotos.com).
Order now. No rush. You have 9 months [extended from 6 months] to return your pictures for scanning. Click for how to prepare your photos for scanning.
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