Here's how most of the world
"archives" their photographs. Not bad, as far as it
Of course, if you've got a
half-dozen or so shoe boxes full of pictures, it
gets kind of unwieldy. Not very easy to share them, either.
Maybe you've said "I've got to scan my photos" but got
discouraged by the time it takes. Yet photo archiving is
turn a whole shoe box full of photos (up to 250
prints) into a convenient Photo CD or DVD for just $59.99.
It's our new "everyday scan" service. Fast, inexpensive
digitization of prints so you can share them or even make
more prints. Just think of it - you could turn one shoe box
into two! Or more.
CDs and DVDs are a lot more
convenient, and they make great gifts. Now you can turn a
lifetime of photos into a convenient disk, and make extra
copies for all the children and grandchildren. Maybe even an
extra copy for the Smithsonian Institute photo archives.
Everyday scanning charges, for
"trial special" - up to
photos, on a CD, $24.99
Up to 100 photos, including
CD or DVD: $39.99
Up to 250 photos, including
CD or DVD: $59.99
Up to 500 photos,
including CD or DVD: $99.99
duplicate CDs $4.99 each
duplicate DVDs $9.99 each
You don't have to count out
exactly 50 or 100 photos. We'll bill you a pro-rata for
quantities in between standard "break points."
Your photos never leave our
store. We don't ship them out.
Photos for bulk scanning orders
must be unmounted, not torn or bent, no smaller than wallet
size or larger than 8" x 10"
This service is for the scanning
of prints, not slides.
Of course we still offer our
custom individual scanning services when appropriate - for
example, if large reprints might be wanted.
Additional details and