Many of us have been fortunate enough to capture some of life’s fondest memories over the years through photographs. In fact, it’s been said that over 3.5 trillion photographs have been taken since photography was invented some 186 years ago. That’s a lot of pictures!
It used to be that the best way to store and collect large amounts of photographs without taking up too much space was with photographic slides. But today, you may have trouble finding the proper equipment to view those slides. Even worse, very soon that technology will disappear forever, which is perhaps the most important reason to make the transition from photographic print to photo digitization today.
But there are other reasons to consider our digitize slides services, too. In addition to finding a more modern and lasting way to view and share your photos, you’ll be able to:
- Preserve: Slides are subject to color fading, especially if they’ve been in storage for a long time. Many digitize slides services also offer color restoration services to bring them back to their full hue. Or, you can play with editing services to make something entirely new.
- Organize: You may have dozens of boxes of those old slides. When you digitize them, you can label each one with a name or date, then arrange them in computer files by year so that when you want to find a particular one, you’ll know exactly where to find it.
- Share: Why keep your memories to yourself? Younger generations will love to go through some of your “vintage” photos with you. Digital files allow you to share your photos with multiple people at once; no more tracking down who has which album. You can all enjoy them at the same time.
It’s never been easier, faster, or more affordable to bring new life to old photos with our digitize slides services. Why procrastinate when we do all the work for you? Once it’s done, your friends and family can appreciate those pictures in all of their glory. Best of all, you can sit back and relive your favorite lifetime experiences with the simple click of a mouse — not a slide projector!