Scrapbook scanning

A good way to share your scrapbooks with family members is to digitize them and have them printed into a hard cover shiny book. We can scan your pages for you. The cost depends on how you want them scanned and the difficulty of your pages and embellishments. If your books have embellishments that will […]

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How to remove photos stuck in albums

Many of us used photo albums with the  waxed pages back in the 1970s.  These are a few of mine completely faded and stuck.  I also recently had numerous of these kind of pages from a clients order. Do not force the photos off the page or you will rip them or remove part of […]

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Kodak is bring out a new 8mm Film Camera

We have always treasured the look of 8mm film, its depth, color, & sound.  When video came out it was soon the dominant way we recorded our family, our vacations, and our creative movie making. There are still old super 8 cameras around but purchasing and developing film has become difficult.  However, they are bringing […]

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Family Estate Photo Collections

We have been seeing more family collections that emerge when people are moving or when clearing a parents home.  It is amazing the variety of photos that are in these collections. We had received boxes of albums, framed photos, loose photos, documents, cards, letters and other family history treasures.  Families can find this very overwhelming […]

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Damaged Photos Can Be Restored

If you used the basic coiled photo albums to keep your family photos in order, you should check their quality right away. Most of these photos have been fading behind the plastic sheets and they are sticking to the paper they were mounted on. These photos should be removed immediately. Photos that are stuck to […]

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How to Take Better Indoor Photos Without Flash

First of all, find out how to turn off your auto flash on your still camera. The flash on your camera is great for indoor low light photos of family sitting around the dinner table, taking photo’s of people outside in the dark and recording information on a photo. However, if done correctly and without […]

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Scanning 126mm Slides

It is difficult to understand why most companies scan 126mm slides but scan them in a 35mm format. When you take a square and make it a rectangle it does not work very well. Your slides will be cut off on the top and sides. Most slide scanners do not crop these properly, they need […]

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Scanning Film & Negatives

There are several scanner available that will scan negatives and slides. They have a rack to place about 4 slides or negatives to prepare for scanning. When you preview your scan, select a good size like 2400 dpi, color correction and dust removal. Scanning takes a long time but they come out pretty good. Most […]

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