Unlike DVDs, boxes of photos take up a lot of room and can't be explained to children as "technology donuts." Make the switch with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a standard photo-scanning package and two DVD for up to 600 photos, scanned at 300dpi (a $100 value)
- $39 for a high-resolution photo-scanning package and two DVDs for up to 600 photos, scanned at 600dpi (a $142 value)
Photo-scanning professionals correct colours in photos before uploading the newly digitized versions onto a password-protected online gallery and DVDs. Techs then return the hard-copy pictures sealed in a dust- and waterproof container. The first 100 photos scanned are uploaded to a secure online gallery and stored indefinitely, which customers can access with a unique code. Orders take about six weeks to process.
Inkdoodle transforms customers into artists. The website lets people upload a favourite photo—such as a family portrait or a candid shot at the park—and have the image printed directly on a gallery-wrapped canvas or metal photo piece. For Canvas wrapped prints (not available for metal prints), specialists help augment customers' self-selected artworks with colour-control and image-enhancement systems that bolster hues and sharpen lines. Once the image is appropriately distinct and colourful, they transfer it onto canvas or metal piece with large format printers, saving their computers the hassle of learning to hold a paintbrush.