When stashed away inside boxes and drawers for years and years, photos can become cramped, irritated, and resentful, eventually turning yellow and sprouting moustaches on family members. Keep baby faces follicle-free with today's Groupon to PhotoBin. Choose between the following options:
- For $45, you get a photo-scanning value kit for 400 pictures (a $99 value).
- For $45, you get a VHS-to-DVD conversion kit for six home movies (a $99 value).
PhotoBin's expert image curators help archive photographs and home movies with professional photo-scanning and video-conversion services. After completing an online ordering process, customers will receive an email with a prepaid shipping label (a $14.99 shipping fee is not included in today's Groupon) to help transport their photos to PhotoBin's San Diego laboratory. Up to 400 images of grandparents, children, and grandparents pretending to be children can be sent to the PhotoBin facility, where technicians in white gloves will carefully scan, upload, and save them onto a CD. Within three weeks, the original photos will be sent back to customer's homes, along with a digital album of 400 photos. In addition, Groupon holders will receive a free trial of PhotoBin's online photo-storage-and-sharing-account service.
VHS, VHS-C, MiniDV, DV, and Hi8 home videos can also be ushered into the digital age with PhotoBin's DVD conversion. With today’s deal, up to six videos can be transferred onto their own individual discs, and additional master copies containing all videos can also be ordered, to reveal game-changing glimpses of a child’s pleasant disposition that can’t be replicated with an emoticon-riddled letter of recommendation.
PhotoBin's picture experts help those looking for a unique, easy way to share photos with family and friends with scanning services, conversion offers, and customizable, full-color photo books. Customers seeking to preserve cherished or fading photographs can send their physical pictures to PhotoBin's digital technicians, who take each image, create an electronic copy, and burn them onto a CD, before sending the original shots and the new image disc back to their owners. The site also offers digital conversion services for videos, and scanning services for negatives, and slides.
Users can choose the type of photo book they'd like, then add a page count and fill the book with their treasured photos. Users can modify the placement, size, and focus of each picture with the site's online tools. Wedding photos grab houseguests' attention when collected in a hardcover coffee table book, while family vacation slides look all the more appealing when printed in a softcover book or a colorful photo magazines.