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More Than 50 Million Photos, Negatives and Slides Scanned by ScanCafe…Only 550 Billion to Go

BURLINGAME, Calif. Feb. 23, 2011 ScanCafe

A Race Against Time

North Americans have taken well over 550 billion family photos over the last 70 plus years, according to research firm GfK North America. But barely half have even protected a single heirloom photo, something that has traditionally been prohibitively expensive, impractical or time-consuming. The result? Generations of memories are at risk, both to the inevitable decay of photos and to damage from fire, flooding, and even children and pets.

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How It Works

Customers simply visit and place an order using Amex, Mastercard, or Visa. Customers then print out an integrated United Parcel Service (UPS) shipping label, which they use to mail in their photos. (That integration with UPS allows all orders to be tracked door to door, for maximum safe handling.)

There is no need to pre-sort photos. ScanCafe customers have the ability to preview their scans online, prior to completing payment, and choose which scans they want to pay for (up to 20% may be deleted). The basic photo scanning service includes professional color correction, cropping, scratch, dust and red-eye removal. All selected photos are burned to a photo DVD in high resolution (suitable for at least 2x enlargement, and up to 13" x 9" for slides and negatives) and sent back to the customer along with all their original materials.

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About ScanCafe

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Darren Shuster

PopCulture PR / ScanCafe

(818) 744-1851

[email protected]


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