How Much Do You Know About iPhoneography?

Posted by Julie Morris on Sat, Sep 28, 2013 @ 06:00 AM

How Much Do You Know About iPhoneography?It would be interesting to see a running list of terminology created as a result of iPods, iPhones, and the like. What’s more interesting though is what those terms refer to – like "iPhoneography," now is something with far more meaning.

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Topics: scan your photos, iphoneography, photo scanning, scan photos

Photo Scanning Not Affected By Kodak's Exit From Bankruptcy

Posted by Julie Morris on Sat, Sep 07, 2013 @ 06:00 AM

Photo Scanning Not Affected By Kodak's Exit From BankruptcyIn early January 2012, Kodak, didn’t exactly have a “Kodak moment” when they filed a petition for bankruptcy. At that time, the company, known for distributing photographic equipment and handling photographic printing products, had already laid off thousands of workers and closed factories and photo labs around the country due to digital competition. Its efforts to compete with the digital revolution had cost over $3 billion. The business had become unsustainable.

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Topics: Kodak, Kodak Bankruptcy, scanning photos, Photography, photo scanning, scan photos

Photograph of Wife Carrying Double-Amputee Husband Warms Hearts Everywhere

Posted by Julie Morris on Thu, Sep 05, 2013 @ 06:00 AM

Photograph of Wife Carrying Double Amputee Marine Husband Warms Hearts EverywhereMost people remember the iconic photo known as “The Kiss”, depicting a sailor and nurse sharing a kiss and embrace in Times Square after the sailor returned home after World War II. What many fail to realize about the photo is that the two were complete strangers, and it was over 65 years before they saw each other again.

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Topics: scan your photos, photos of veterans, scan my photos, scan photos

Beyond Photo Scanning: 5 Insights About Long Exposure Photography

Posted by Julie Morris on Thu, Aug 15, 2013 @ 06:00 AM

Beyond Photo Scanning: 5 Insights About Long Exposure PhotographyLong exposure is one of the most intriguing shooting methods. It captures the ferocious beauty of a waterfall, the serene nature of a calm ocean, or the glittery excitement of a nightlife scene. Finding the ideal long exposure shot isn’t only about the perfect scene. Great images require time so understanding your camera settings before heading out is a key piece of the process. Here are 5 pieces of advice you can use for your long exposure photography.

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Topics: long exposure photography, scanning photos, photography tips, photo scanning, scan photos

5 Things You Can't Live Without as a Photographer

Posted by Julie Morris on Tue, Aug 13, 2013 @ 06:00 AM

5 Things You Can't Live Without as a PhotographerThe person that stands behind a lens is just as much a part of the photograph as the subject matter they're shooting. You’ll always find that each photographer, in addition to a tried and true process, will have certain items that are always on hand.

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Topics: photographer tips, Photography, scan photos

Why Scan Black and White Photos

Posted by Julie Morris on Sat, Aug 03, 2013 @ 06:00 AM

scanning black and white photosIn the past, the only color option that existed for photographers was black and white. At the time, this wasn't an issue because the sheer idea of capturing a picture was still astonishing.

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Why You Should Protect Your Family Memories With Photo Scanning

Posted by Julie Morris on Thu, Aug 01, 2013 @ 11:00 AM

how scanning photos can give you photo securityThere are many advantages to scanning photos. One of the biggest reasons our customers scan photos is to protect them.

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Topics: scanned pictures, Scanning pictures, scanning photos, Scanned Photos, scan photos

Why Scrapbookers Should Scan Photos

Posted by Julie Morris on Thu, Jul 25, 2013 @ 06:00 AM

Why Scrapbookers Should Scan PhotosScrapbooking requires an artist’s eye -- it’s so much more than simply adhering photos to acid free paper. Scrapbooking is a hobby that has quickly evolved into an art form, and at the center of its purpose is preserving memories.

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Topics: photo scanning, scan photos, Scrapbooking

10 Things That Will Inspire Your Inner Photographer

Posted by Julie Morris on Tue, Jul 23, 2013 @ 06:00 AM

10 Things That Inspire Your PhotosWe’ve all heard of writer’s block but what about photographer’s block? It’s that feeling of holding your camera in your hand like a dead weight, with nothing inspirational jumping out to you.

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Topics: scan pictures, scanning photos, Scanned Photos, scan photos

How Smartphones Have Impacted Photography

Posted by Julie Morris on Thu, Jul 04, 2013 @ 06:00 AM
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Topics: scan pictures, share photographs, Scanning pictures, scanning photos, Scanned Photos, scan photos, scan prints

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