TWiP: The Importance of Scanning Your Memories

ScanMyPhotos The Interview: Discussing the New One Cent Photo Scanning and More


This comprehensive interview profiles the latest innovations from the world of photo scanning. Hosted by Frederick Van Johnson for This Week in Photo.


Mitch Goldstone of ScanMyPhotos.com joins TWiP to discuss the ins-and-outs of scanning in today’s high-tech world. Is scanning still relevant? What is the state-of-the-art? And what are some pitfalls that you should be aware of when choosing a company to entrust your precious family archives to.


After a recent Oprah Magazine recommendation, the company scored loads of feedback from their readers. That led to one cent a photo scanning. Scanned 4000 photos for $40.


How “One-Cent Photo Scanning” Happened
Featured in Oprah Magazine
ScanMyPhotos.com in the news





Frederick Van Johnson is the host of the This Week in Photo, also known as TWiP — it’s the flagship show on The TWiP Network and TWiP Talks. Each week Frederick sits down (virtually) with a few photographers, or photography industry professionals to discuss what’s been happening over the past week in the world of photography. TWiP is a free show that you can watch on YouTube, or listen by subscribing on iTunes.



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Tech Talk Radio: Preserving Your Photo Memories with ScanMyPhotos

Mitch Goldstone of ScanMyPhotos.Com talks with Andy Taylor on Preserving those Digital MemoriesListen to “Mitch Goldstone of ScanMyPhotos.Com Talking With Andy Taylor on Preserving Those Digital Memories”


Excerpt from Andy Taylor’s Tech Talk Radio:


Preserving Your Photos and Film with ScanMyPhotos.Com

President and CEO Mitch Goldstone of ScanMyPhotos.Com on the TechtalkRadio ShowMitch Goldstone, President/CEO
ScanMyPhotos.Com. The interview.


Technology over the years has made it easier to save your photographic images and film reels to share with future generations. Photos are a great way to relive great moments from the past and remember the way a town looked, the Alma Mater, the first car, the children as they grow up over the years. I have had a friend send me photos that over the years have been torn, degraded in color quality or damaged by water. For those with photos before 1985, the general way we looked at them was in Photo Albums which filled bookshelves and entertainment nooks.


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Saving those memories has become easier for the consumer however it can be a tedious process of having the proper scanner and knowing how to work programs to save these images. This is a reason we really like the quality, reputation, and speed of what ScanMyPhotos.Com can do for saving these memories in a digital format. No Color Degrading, No splitting or tearing of photos, no having to weed through boxes of photo after photo to find a specific photo.


ScanMyPhotos.Com LogoScanMyPhotos.com can send you a box for putting your photos in, ship them to ScanMyPhotos.Com and they will take your photos and scan them with high-end professional equipment and then ship them back.


ScanMyPhotos.Com has an incredible amount of reviews from the quality to customer service.


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The Company recently introduced Same Day scanning for up to 1000 photos for handling your needs. We spoke with a friend of the show, Mitch Goldstone about the process and how they are able to provide this service. While Smart Phones and DSLR cameras have given us the immediate ability to share and “process” our photos, ScanMyPhotos.com allows us to share, post and preserve the images, catalog and yet still print images at photo kiosk when desired for a print for the living room wall.


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Tune in to this Fun Audio Interview with President and CEO of ScanMyPhotos.Com Mitch Goldstone who can help you not stare at those boxes and boxes of photos that one day you will “get to” but have them available for you to look, remember and enjoy.


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“Saving Your Priceless Memories” By: Robert Lachman, LA Times

 

The above video and news story on how to digitize photos with ScanMyPhotos.com was published by “Framework” by The Los Angeles Times, written by Robert Lachman.

 

Excerpt:

 

Organizing boxes of old snapshots is a daunting task. That must explain why so many of my snapshots have remained tucked away in one of our closets. It’s been about five years since I have worked on this project, and now, I am ready to work on it again and finish it up. Of course, with technology, the waiting game seems to have paid off. The cost of hard drive space keeps going down, and there are a lot of great options for cheap online storage like Google Photos, Apple’s iCloud, Dropbox and Amazon.

 

The easiest part of the equation was organizing and packing up a box of photos for a return trip to ScanMyPhotos in Irvine. Their basic package costs $149 and includes scanning approximately 1,800 photos, which includes return shipping. It’s a simple and quick process.

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