Why You Should Consider Safety When Digitizing Memories

Many people are increasingly converting their old family photos, home movies, and other precious memorabilia into digital formats, making digitizing memories more popular. While this process can offer numerous benefits, such as facilitating memory preservation and sharing, it is crucial to consider safety.

Memories are priceless, and losing or damaging physical copies can be devastating. Digitizing memories can mitigate these risks, but it is critical to ensure that your original copies remain safe during the process. Some companies require you to box and ship your photographs and heirlooms. Shipping originals can pose several hazards, such as loss or damage, inaccurate handling, and delays. Older photos and memorabilia may be dry and brittle, and trying to pack them into a box may harm your originals. Packages travel through various locations and environments, and the box may become wet or crushed, jeopardizing your precious memories.

To avoid these risks, consider working with a local expert. We are located in your neighborhood, making it convenient for you to drop off and pick up your memorabilia. This eliminates the need to pack and ship your originals, reducing the risk of loss or damage during transit. We will handle your valuable memories with care and store them securely during the scanning process.

Our lab is owned and operated by photography enthusiasts who possess extensive knowledge of scanning and archiving. We utilize professional-grade equipment to produce top-quality scans from your originals. Our team has experience handling various types of photographs, negatives, slides, and documents, and we understand how to handle each material safely to achieve the best possible scan. Because you are working directly with our team, we can accommodate any special requests, answer questions, and provide guidance on your project. Furthermore, you can avoid shipping delays and transit times, reducing the overall turnaround time.

After scanning your memories, you should ensure that the digital copies remain secure. This may involve creating backup copies of files and storing them in a safe location, such as on an external hard drive or cloud storage. Simply request a second copy of your files on a USB or hard drive during the scanning process to store separately or share with family or friends.

Start digitizing your valuable memories before they deteriorate or get damaged. Our team is prepared to assist you with customized service, exceptional outcomes, and the assurance that your originals are in good hands.