A Photo Doctor That Makes House Calls
Posted by Allison
On this blog
and in our January 2008
issue, we introduced you to some batch photo-scanning services
that will quickly and affordably digitize hundreds and even thousands of family photos. The drawback with really old photographs, of course, is you'd have to let those irreplaceable images of your possession.
A Seattle company has the remedy to that dilemma: Memeria
will actually bring a high-volume scanner to your house and scan your photos on site—accomplishing in a couple of hours what might take you weeks or months to do on your home scanner, says Memeria president Anthony Miller. "This gives people more time to work on their scrapbooks and genealogy instead of scanning."
The service costs 25 cents per photo, with minimum orders ranging from $50 to $200. Memeria currently serves only the Seattle area, but plans to expand. If you live nearby and are considering a photo digitization project, give the service a look.
Tuesday, January 15, 2008 2:05:58 PM (Eastern Standard Time, UTC-05:00)