Please note that the DVD Your Memories office in Redondo Beach is moving to a larger facility to better serve you. There will be a slight delay between the closing of the current South Bay location and the opening of the new one. We will be open for business in our new location on January 25, 2021

Our new Los Angeles office is NOW OPEN. You’ll find us at 3272 Motor Ave, Suite B, Los Angeles, CA 90034.

Please note that the DVD Your Memories office in Redondo Beach is moving to a larger facility to better serve you. There will be a slight delay between the closing of the current South Bay location and the opening of the new one. We will be open for business in our new location on January 25, 2021

Our new Los Angeles office is NOW OPEN. You’ll find us at 3272 Motor Ave, Suite B, Los Angeles, CA 90034.

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Photo Scanning

How to Access and Modify the EXIF Data of Your Digital Photos

What is EXIF data? EXIF stands for exchangeable image file format, and it’s basically extra data tacked onto your image. Back in the old days of film cameras, you had the option of printing a data right onto the photo itself in bright orange or red lettering. This was great to let you know when...
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Flatbed Scanners vs. Document Scanners: Quality Showdown

If you’re looking for a company that provides photo scanning services, you may have come accross a few companies that promise super cheap photo scanning prices compared to other places. If the work is done in the US, then the cost is probably that low because they’re using document scanners to scan your photos. Document...
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What To Look Out For When Using a Bulk Photo Scanning Service

If planning to get a large collection of photos scanned through a media transfer company, there’s some easy guidelines you should follow and some things to look out for. For big scanning jobs, it’s not always practical to get it done yourself, as it could take quite a while to get through all of them,...
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How to Organize Your Digital Photos and Images, Easy Steps to Keep Your Media Categorized

Many of us have that big box full of old photos, slides and negatives just sitting around collecting dust. Just thinking about digitizing and organizing them can be painful and makes it easy for us to procrastinate! At the same time, most don’t really want to be memory hoarders, especially when they remain in a...
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Creating Web Ready Images

After scanning your photos, slides and negatives to digital images, it’s common for people to want to share these old memories with their close friends and family. However, depending on the resolution your opt for, the images you receive might be too large for your website or image hosting provider. The good news is that...
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Instagram Your Old Photos Without an iPhone

Instagram is the immensely popular iOS app that applies appealing features and retro look to your digital images before sharing them with family and friends on Facebook or Twitter. The one drawback of this app is that you must own an iPhone or other iOS device. Instagram, at this time, is not available for PC...
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Difference Between Shooting Photos on Film vs Digital

For the last decade or so, nearly everything is going the way of digital. Camcorders, cameras, televisions etc are all now based on digital signals instead of the old analog signals. Due to the switch to digital, this also changes the way we record media. Even movie theaters across the country have begun to abandon...
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