Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials

Teaching you fun and interesting things to do with your digital images. Whether it's highlighting a new app, or a tutorial on how to edit a photo, we want to help you make the most of your memories.

Featured Thought

Visit our blog every Thursday when we will post a brand new thought or quote! What's the point of our 'Thursday Thought' feature? Because everyone could use a good one every now and then.

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Digital Photo Makeover

Your old film and photos can go through a lot. Whether they are extremely discolored, torn or ripped by a child, involved in a flood or accident, we want to fix it!

Check This Out!

The world's very first photograph! We wouldn't have a business if the photography industry never progressed. It's amazing how far we come, and how advanced we continue to get.

We pride ourselves in our track record since we started business back in 1995. We have always made sure that each and every one of our customers is treated with professionalism along with a personal touch. We're proud to be the most trusted source of slide and negative scanning in North America. We are located beneath the snow-capped peaks of Mount Ben Lomond in Pleasant View, Utah. Pleasant View is 45 miles north of Salt Lake City, host of the 2002 Winter Olympics. All work is done in house here in Utah. We do not outsource any work out of the country like many other companies do.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Question of the Day 10-20-10

Questions: I have 15 photo albums from my mother and I would like them scanned and put to a CD. How do I do this?

Answer: First, you will want to remove the photos from the album- this will save money in shipping and handling costs. Once you have compiled all the pictures you want to scan you will want to put them in a container that will protect it during shipment. You can put them photographs in a ziploc bag so that the packing material inside the shipping box does not come in direct contact with the prints. You can also use padded envelopes to store the photographs inside your shipping box.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Question of the Day 10-19-10

Question: If I have some 35mm slides, negatives and photos can you put all of them on the same DVD for me? How can I intermingle the pictures once they are scanned?

Answer: We have this great online software that allows us to post all your digital images. From this program you can mix your 35mm slides, negatives and prints so they everything is in the exact order you would like. Once you have completed that process we can make all your discs and they will be organized exactly the same as they were online.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Question of the Day 10-18-10

Question: I have hundreds of 35mm slides from my parents that I would like to put to CD. How do I do this and how much does it cost?

Answer: Our prices for 35mm slides starts at 35 cents per slide, this cost cover the scanning & color correction of each image. All you need to do is collect your slides, fill out our order form & send them to us and we will take care of the rest!