Services for digitizing your photos

For all you kids out there, gather round: history time. We once used to buy things called “rolls of film”. We then had to put these rolls in our cameras. These rolls had finite space for photos, and when they were full, we’d take them and get them developed into tangible photographs (usually on glossy photo paper). I know. Whoa.

I didn’t know people still wondered about these services, but a friend of mine just asked me about this the other day.



  • Rob

    We actually had these special rooms–“Dark Rooms”–where we would develop the film and project the image onto light sensitive paper. One could almost empathize with God at the moment of creation as the print began show in the tray of developer. Amazing stuff.

  • Mo

    I could still use this sort of thing. Been procrastinating on converting the relatively few childhood-era negatives I have.

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