He gets questions every day from people concerned about packing lifelong collections into a box and shipping them to be digitized. "We've never lost one picture," he says. "You're more likely to lose a picture through fading, a disaster or a divorce than you are from the mail."
Goldstone's ScanMyPhotos.com offers a way to have your old photos converted to digital files, such as the ones generated by digital cameras. Unlike a visit to the local office supply store, where $1 per scan is the norm, Goldstone offers bulk scans of up to 1,000 pictures for $49.95 or unlimited scans for $99.95.
Here's how it works
*Sign up and pay for the service at ScanMyPhotos.com.
*A prepaid U.S. mail box gets sent to your home.
*Fill it with pictures. Goldstone recommends that the photos be organized by size (8-by-10s, 5-by-7s, etc.) and wrapped in aluminum foil or plastic wrap to keep them tidy. Send the box to ScanMyPhotos.com
*The pictures are returned to your home in the same box, along with a DVD-ROM disc with digital versions of each image.
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