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· August 28, 2017
· July 8, 2017
· February 15, 2017
What You'll Get
A precious photograph can be ruined by the elements—a fire will char it, a rainstorm will wilt it, and a breeze will blow it into a courtroom, where it will be counted as evidence. Best Mother Nature with this voucher.
Choose from Three Options
- $33 for photo-to-DVD conversion for up to 250 photos (up to a $150 value)
- $64 for photo-to-DVD conversion for up to 500 photos (up to a $300 value)
- $120 for photo-to-DVD conversion for up to 1,000 photos (up to a $600 value)
Customers may mail or bring pictures to iPreservedit’s locations in Burbank and La Crescenta. After transferring the photos at 300 dpi and cropping them, iPreservedit’s techs will mail the completed DVD to customers, free of charge. This Groupon is only valid for the front sides of rectangular or square photos that are between 3”x3” and 8”x10” and are no thicker than a modern Polaroid. For copyrighted images, customers must present a signed copyright release.
When mailing in photos, clients should group photos by size and in batches of about 100–150 photographs, bundling them with rubber bands instead of plastic bags or wads of gum. Photos can be scanned in a specific order for an additional fee.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Royal Gor
Khoren Gevorkyan founded Royal Gor in 1981 (now iPreservedit), naming it after his then-newborn son and now company CEO Gor Gevorkyan. Using first-rate video and photography equipment, they point their professional lenses at subjects for an array of occasions, including wedding and commercial shoots. As photographers who understand the enduring importance of their medium, the iPreservedit team also helps preserve their clients' aging keepsake photographs. They scan the precious snapshots onto DVDs with a professional Kodak photo scanner that can crop and automatically correct each photo's color without rubbing it against a chameleon.