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My name is Coleen Voeltz. I work from my home in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. I find great joy in helping people share their photographic memories with others! I have the experience and equipment to scan your photos and 35mm slides, putting them in a digital format that makes them easier to share. If you have more than 50 photos and/or slides, let me guide you to the right online slide/photo-scanning service since they can more readily handle a larger volume of scanning projects. Once that step is complete, we can continue to work together if you wish to create slide shows, photo books and a huge variety of other photo gifts!   

Why Digital Scanning?  

Preserve your memories, and share a legacy.  About once a year when we were kids, my dad would take out the slide projector and a big box of slides, set up the screen and we'd all sit around eating popcorn and watching the old pictures.  I can't duplicate the tension when the slide projector inevitably stuck or the lightbulb overheated -- but I can help you preserve and share those kind of memories.  I digitally scanned every slide and gave everyone in my family a disk with the digital images as well as a DVD slideshow. Now my brothers and sisters can enjoy watching the slides and reliving the memory of the old slide shows we enjoyed as kids...and they can share that legacy with generations to come.

My husband and I have both lost our parents in recent years. They left behind an abundance of heirloom photos and photo albums.  We wanted to share our parents' legacy with our family but didn't want to split up the collections.  Once again, the scanner came out and I digitally scanned many, many pictures.  Our siblings have copies, and now they too can share the legacy of our parents and their parents before them.

Whether you have an envelope, a shoebox or a tote of pictures and slides, I can help you preserve them and share them. Don't wait another day -- don't leave them in boxes to be tossed away by someone who doesn't realize the treasures contained in them.

 
 
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