Photographs provide evidence of cherished childhood memories, such as besting magic birthday candles or tossing invisibility rings into active volcanoes. Reminisce on days past with today’s Groupon from DittoBee Photo Scanning. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get digitization of up to 500 photos on DVD or CD (a $99 value).
- For $59, you get digitization of up to 1,000 photos on DVD or CD (a $179 value).
- For $110, you get digitization of up to 2,000 photos on DVD or CD (a $339 value).<p>
Photos can be shipped to or dropped off at DittoBee’s Miami office.
At DittoBee Photo Scanning, trained technicians escort memories safely into the future by transporting photographs onto digital media during a meticulous scanning process. With painstaking attention, the snapshot chaperones utilize advanced Kodak scanning technology to digitally replicate original pictures, making sure to include any minute details, pixels, and lurking spirits. The scanning process, administered within a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled facility, accommodates original photo sizes ranging from 3”x3” to 5”x7”. Upon completion of the transfer, DittoBee will gently pack and ship photographs and picture-harboring DVDs back to their rightful owner. Aside from protecting cherished images, digitalization also provides a multitude of ways to share photos, be it through email, social-networking sites, or inside of a sandwich. Standard resolution of digitized images is 300 DPI, but customers are free to upgrade to 600 DPI for an extra charge.
DittoBee Photo Scanning
After starting to scan their own wedding photos, DittoBee Photo Scanning’s founders realized that they wanted to be able to digitally share more of their memories, from childhood photos to pictures from the time they met. After learning how massive a project this was, they realized they could simplify the process for others through convenient digitization services. Now, they take photographs and videos to their climate-controlled facility, where skilled handlers don white gloves so as not to add fingerprints or smudges. They then use commercial-grade Kodak scanners to copy photographs at 300 or 600 dpi, creating digital images that will live on even after physical copies fade or are altered due to time travel incidents.