Preserve Old Photo Albums in Digital Fashion via @yesvideo

YesVideo recently announced the ability to not only work with your video and digital works of art as a way to preserve family memories but now they are able to take your old photo albums and make those photos digital page by page! YesVideo can easily use their no touch technique to transfer your old albums into a digital version.

I have always loved photos, as a young child I had a 35mm camera, I believe it was called, where I took so many photos that I filled three huge albums with pictures of me growing up, hanging with friends and family moments.  This picture shown above is the outside of a really old album, let’s say it’s around 4th grade and forward into 8th grade pictures. The cover is lamented with various clippings of photos because back in the day I was in love with making collages.

I can’t imagine having old memories transferred into the digital age. I heard wind of this new service from YesVideo prior to it’s public release and felt extremely anxious to test out the service. I will be working on utilizing this transfer of old albums to digital DVD album as soon as I possibly can to ensure the preservation of albums that could be lost in a natural weather disaster or such in the home.

I can’t wait to see photos of my old friends in digital format, to be able to watch a slide-show on my computer of the good old days! The number of albums I have is well over five at this time in my life for I switched over to digital pictures many years ago, but the albums I do have are worth preserving forever!

Head on over to YesVideo today to find out more regarding their product and services. May was a huge month for weddings and recently my sister got married so I do know that you can use YesVideo to preserve a variety of memories now at a reasonable price!

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  1. Interesting. I have 1 or 2 photo albums from childhood. Some pictures from middle school maybe a handful from HS. Then I have a very small album from my husband and a dating and a bit afterwards. Then of course the Wedding Album. After that, we got a digital camera. About 9 years ago. Its been digital pictures since. Everything. Trips, both of our girls births. Birthdays, holiday and everything in between an after. Last I knew about 10 months ago. I had close to 7000 pictures. No exaggeration.
    I do agree digital photos saved to CD/DVD is a good way to protect them. I had to put mine to CD because I had no more room, they ate up my memory. It made the computer sooooo slow.

    But regardless of the protection factor. These ease of access is a pain in the butt. When you want to show some one pictures. To have to turn the computer on; wait for it to load. If it’s on CD than you have to wait a bit more. Then search for the pictures. Its a pain in the butt!

    I wish I had printed at least some as I took them. When I was a child I remember how much fun we had as a family, flipping through pictures laughing, remembering and just enjoying being together sharing memories…o

    So anyways, what I’m saying although the CD/DVD is a great way to store and protect those memories. I believe it is just as important to have those photos tangible and available anytime. <3 🙂 <3

    1. Agreed. That is why YesVideo returns your untouched photo albums along with the DVD/CD copy so that you will still have that hard copy in hand. Nothing can replace the album but having them on a DVD/CD may make them last just a bit longer.

  2. I would love to have enough money to have this done for all of my family members. Several years ago my aunt and I took my great-grandmothers old family photos to a Kodak machine and had prints made, then a few years ago she got them all scanned. I like having the originals, but they are so incredibly fragile. Having multiple digital copies is wonderful, especially for future generations.

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