In 50 years, will you be able to reminisce?
One thing the pandemic has done is spur people to dust off and sort through old cherished photographs and videos, to begin reminiscing…
Will you be able to do the same with your family in 50 years?
Owner of New Hope Photo, Ted Nichols, notes the influx of people since the pandemic began. “We’ve been doing a lot of transfer work, scanning movies and photos to archive,” he says.
At New Hope Photo, we encourage you to continue preserving old photos and videos so you can share them easily with family members and friends for years to come.
When your memories are archived, they can be viewed with ease, stored on your choice of DVD or flash drive.
Photographs and video have been used for centuries to share beloved memories with friends and family. They bring us together in so many ways, and are something that should last beyond your lifetime, for generations.
“Video tapes are deteriorating as time goes on,” Ted says. “Bringing them to us is a great way to preserve priceless memories.”
While most people don’t have VCRs at home anymore, you may have tons of VHS tapes waiting for the day you bring them to a place for proper archival and storage.
Before bringing them to us, Ted suggests taking some time to sort through photos and videos, so we can return them to you in an organized fashion.
“If you put a title on the tape or put them in batches by year or subject, we’ll be able to group them for you as we scan.” Or, call ahead and we’ll make sure we have plenty of people to help you sort while you’re here!
It’s a simple process that can save you time and leave you with everlasting (and accessible) memories.
New Hope Photo is located at 358 W. Bridge Street, New Hope.
Stop in and bring your memories to us; they’re in good hands.