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ScanMyPhotos.com

Photo-Scanning Package with Standard or High-Resolution Images on DVDs from ScanMyPhotos.com (Up to 70% Off)

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  • Expires Jun 26th, 2013.
  • Limit 4 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Valid only for option purchased. Online only. Photo-preparation procedure applies. Not valid with other offers. Valid only for 4"x6" photos. Valid only within U.S.
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Questions and Answers 11 questions

Q:

Do you scan slides and what would that cost?

carole M.  asked on  Dec 30, 2012

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While this super discounted Groupon deal is only for scanning up to 500 4x6" photos to DVD, we also feature professional and delicate hand scanning of 35mm slides as low as 27¢ per slide. For complete details, please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/slidescanning.html . Pricing varies based on requested resolution. Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 30, 2012

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Will you "cull" obvious "dud" slides, such as badly out-of-focus, or highly under or over exposed images, or must this be done by the sender? Do you do Hi-8 video, and if so, do yo add any music background and do you do any editing, such as deleting "hanging foot shoots", or 1 or 2 second "accidents." and if so, how much do you charge? Are the videos "chapterized" and what does it cost for extra copies on DVD?

David M.  asked on  Dec 30, 2012

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While this super discounted Groupon deal is only for scanning up to 500 4x6" photos to DVD, we also feature professional and delicate hand scanning of 35mm slides as low as 27¢ per slide. For complete details, please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/slidescanning.html . Pricing varies based on requested resolution.We also feature professional transfer of 8mm to DVD. We do not offer the service to edit or add music to the video. The cost is $0.19 per ft for 8mm transfer. For complete details, please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/product/8MMSUPER8.html Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 30, 2012

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Will my photos be returned to me in the same physical order as i sent them. I don't want them mixed up. If i put dividers every 20-25 photos, will the dividers still be in place when you return my photos?

EWG  asked on  Dec 28, 2012

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If you need your photos to be scanned in a specific order, you must order the "Scan in Order" service for an additional fee. Ordering the "Scanning in Order" service will let the scanning technician know that you need to have your photographs scanned in the order you have specified. You can order this additional service on the order form. Also, what you can do is include index cards in front of each batch to keep them in order. When returning the photos to you we do try to keep them in the same order you send them in however there are cases when we do have to split up the batches to make them fit in the return shipment. Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 28, 2012

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Where do I get an order form? I already purchased this scan you pictures groupon deal today.

Denise S.  asked on  Dec 28, 2012

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Once you groupon order is placed you are sent a link with detailed information on how to redeem your Groupon. If you do not see this link please contact our customer service department for further assistance at 949-474-7654 or you can also email us at support@scanmyphotos.com Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 28, 2012

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I am interested in this Groupon but is it only for scanning photos or can it also be used to scan 35mm negatives? I think the resolution has to be better using the negatives. Please let me know. thanks

Debbie E.  asked on  Dec 28, 2012

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While this super discounted Groupon deal is only for scanning up to 500 4x6" photos to DVD, we also feature professional and delicate hand scanning of 35mm, APS and medium format negatives. For complete details, please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/negativescanning.html . Pricing varies based on requested resolution. Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 28, 2012

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I purchased this groupon deal today, "scan my pictures", however, I was not given the option to buy the "scan in order" offer, Am I able to do this now? Also, besides my groupon voucher, is there any other correspondence I need to send in mailing box?

Denise S.  asked on  Dec 28, 2012

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If you would like to add the Scan in Order service here's how: First, purchase the Groupon deal today. Then, when submitting your photos to us for scanning, select the option Scan in Order on the order form for an additional $14.95 per Groupon. This will allow you to send your photos in any specific order and your order will be scanned in that order. For detailed detailed information please visit the link on how to prepare your groupon on the Groupon voucher.

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 28, 2012

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Do you convert slides and how much does it cost for 600 dpi

Phyllis S.  asked on  Dec 28, 2012

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While this super discounted Groupon deal is only for scanning up to 500 4x6" photos to DVD, we also feature professional and delicate hand scanning of 35mm slides as low as 27¢ per slide. For complete details, please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/slidescanning.html . Pricing varies based on requested resolution. Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 28, 2012

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Is it possible to put slides on dvd and how much would it cost

Frank D.  asked on  Dec 28, 2012

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While this super discounted Groupon deal is only for scanning up to 500 4x6" photos to DVD, we also feature professional and delicate hand scanning of 35mm slides as low as 27¢ per slide. For complete details, please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/slidescanning.html . Pricing varies based on requested resolution. Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 28, 2012

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Hello, if I purchase the $29.00 deal, can I upgrade/ change to the $49.00. I am not sure of the difference. Thank you for your time.

ellen b.  asked on  Dec 28, 2012

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If you purchase the $29 groupon you could upgrade to 600dpi at a later time. Simply select this additional service on the order form that must be included with your order. 300 DPI is good for print reproduction of the same size or for viewing on a computer. 600 DPI is better to "future-proof" your photos. As screen resolutions increase, so will your scanned images to maintain viewing quality. Additionally, scanning at a higher resolution allows for larger, crisper photo reproductions. For example, a 4x6 scanned at 300 DPI can reproduce a 4x6 or a 5x7 print whereas a 600 DPI scan can print up to 16x20. Please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/300v600dpi.php for more information. Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 28, 2012

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I am very interested in this groupon and have been looking for a company to scan my old pictures. I have a few questions: Do the original photos get returned to you? Can you send black and white photos? If the photo is smaller than 4x6 can it still be sent? What is the difference between the 300 and 600 dpi?

Lauren J.  asked on  Dec 26, 2012

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Yes, all photos are returned to you along with a DVD data disc of the scanned images. We can also scan both color and black and white photographs. This discounted Groupon deal as-is is only for scanning 4x6" photos to DVD however we do offer to scan other sizes upon submission of your order to us for scanning. Here's how: First, purchase the Groupon deal today. Then, when submitting your photos to us for scanning, select the option to scan sizes other than 4x6 on the order form for an additional $14.95 per Groupon. This will allow you to send sizes ranging from 3x3" up to 8x10" (Please note photos must be organized by size). 300 DPI is good for print reproduction of the same size or for viewing on a computer. 600 DPI is better to "future-proof" your photos. As screen resolutions increase, so will your scanned images to maintain viewing quality. Additionally, scanning at a higher resolution allows for larger, crisper photo reproductions. For example, a 4x6 scanned at 300 DPI can reproduce a 4x6 or a 5x7 print whereas a 600 DPI scan can print up to 16x20. Please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/300v600dpi.php for more information. Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs

ScanMyPhotos.com  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 27, 2012

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