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How to save old photos in digital format

How to save old photos in digital format

In the past, people used to save photos with negatives (plastic film). They can be printed only by the photographer or at the photo studio that has the film.

Photos give you memories. But, if they are ruined and lose their form, you might miss the memories associated with them.

Now, you can save your old photos in digital format to preserve them.

Even if you have the physical copies of your old photos, it is better to preserve them in the digital form.

The photos may get ruined due to accidental tears and discoloration.

So, if you keep them in the digital form, it helps you save a copy if the physical form is lost.

The photo albums, frames, storage boxes etc. need more space to store them. On the other hand, if you save them in an external hard drive, you can store thousands of photos and thus save space at your home.

If you have a digital version of photos, you can share your photos with other family members easily. All family members can have them.

You can also adjust the lighting of the photos for the digital photos.

For all these reasons, saving the old photos in digital format is a good idea.

Here are the ways to save your photos in digital format:

  • Scanning all your old photos is one of the ways to convert physical photos to digital. Scanning all your photos is a time-consuming process, yet, you can organize and store your desired photos. Moreover, you can have fun while doing so. You have to check the settings and follow the guidelines during the process. Flatbed scanners like Epson Perfection V39 or Canon CanoScan LiDE220 are ideal to scan old photos. If you are seeking a film scanner, Kodak Scanza is one of the best options.
  • You can use the camera app of the phone to scan your photos. There are free apps to correct distortion and eliminate glare. It also improves the quality of the photos.
  • Hiring photo digital services is the easiest way, but, you have to pay for them. They help keep your photos in good condition.

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