What Causes Print Images to Fade? Located in your parent’s spare closet is a box full of photos filled with memories you hold close to your heart. As you going…
How to Pack and Ship Your Digital Media for Digitization Transferring old photos or tapes to digital formats is becoming a popular trend as technology continues to advance beyond the…
Perhaps the biggest question to consider when digitizing your media, is which company to work with when sending in your tapes. Sending your memories to a big box digitizing service comes with a list of risks and concerns. At Keepsake, we believe your tapes are as precious as the memories they hold.
With it now being November, the holidays are right around the corner! This is the perfect season to spend time with loved ones, cherishing the present moments that will soon be memories. Consider these three digitized gifts!
Making the decision to digitize your photos will guarantee a lifelong use, giving you the chance to share memories with generations to come. It’s time to get updated by scanning your old photos, and the pros at Keepsake are offering some tips to prepare you for sending us your memories.
You finally made the decision to go digital with your old photos, so now what?! Be sure to take advantage of these 5 ways to share your digital prints!
For quite some time, VHS tapes made a statement in the film industry. Jump into 1997 and the first DVD option was available, changing the way movie-watchers enjoyed stories.
Making the decision to have your memories digitized allows you to easily watch and enjoy the moments you hold so close to your heart, without worrying about outdated technology or ruined tape. The possibility of what to do with your new digitized files are endless!
Most families no longer have the equipment needed to play back the memories stored on 8mm or 16mm film reels, but those precious moments don’t have to be lost to aging emulsion! Discover why now is the time to digitize your memories!
Unlike the cumbersome and high-priced recorders of that time, the cassette tape offered people the chance to record without having to be an expert. Since the cassette was so small, no larger than a credit card, it was easy to store and carry.