IRVINE, Calif. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- ScanMyPhotos.com, the Ecommerce photo digitization company, today introduced a new technology and workflow enhancement to triple production at its Irvine, California-based headquarters to preserve hundreds of thousands of photos every day. New photo scanning orders will be scanned in 5-10 days and more than 200 million images have already been preserved.
“Our services have always been super affordable, and now we boast super fast turnaround for photo scanning orders - at no additional cost,” said Mitch Goldstone, President & CEO of ScanMyPhotos.com. “I am really proud of our team, who worked for several years to perfect this new method and workflow infrastructure. The growth of photo sharing apps has led to an escalation of people revisiting those generations’ nostalgic photo snapshots.”
Fast and affordable photo scanning benefits everyone – the average family has about 5,500 analog photos tucked away in shoeboxes. Other popular ScanMyPhotos.com services include online ordering of prepaid fill-the-box scanning with free 3-way shipping, photo enhancements, thumb drives, higher 600 dpi resolution and photo index books for special occasions to share at surprise birthday parties, reunions, milestone anniversaries, or distribute at memorial services.
The ScanMyPhotos.com announcement comes as people from around the world flock to Las Vegas for the 2014 International CES®, where new digital photo sharing tools and gadgets will be introduced to complement its digitization services. “People use all of that new technology to share their photos from mobile phone devices, but what about the decades of older photos that are not yet digitized?” Mr. Goldstone asked. “We professionally scan all of those analog photos, 35mm slides and film negatives for them, allowing people to share all of their family’s stories, milestones, and memories with younger generations.”
ScanMyPhotos.com, a division of Photos Etc. Corp., founded in 1990 by Mitch Goldstone and Carl Berman, operates a nationwide and international photo scanning service; specializing in safely converting photos, film negatives and 35mm slides to a jpeg file format on DVDs using an innovative and professional scanning technology to preserve generations of nostalgic photo memories. The company was also a lead plaintiff in the recent $7.25 billion credit card antitrust settlement.