Photo to Digital
Photo to Digital provides a service to scan photos, slides, and negatives to computer images. We preserve the quality of the images, bring back their luster, and capture what's written on the back of photos.
We at Photo to Digital truly understand the importance of your photos. They represent history, precious moments in time, forgotten memories, insights into others lives, say what we may not speak, and so much more. They are fragile memories that deserve the utmost respect and superior treatment.
Our passion, experience, training, and equipment are all brought to bear to deliver you the best service available. We've invested countless hours and more dollars than we are comfortable mentioning to build a superior service that produces consistent, high quality results, to you. We continually explore new horizons, educate ourselves, and invest in our company as we strive to improve.
Your memories are safe with us.
We plan to expand into other revenue streams involving slideshows, high-def, albums, printing, retouching, restoration, and more.
Consumers and professionals that have photos, slides, negatives and wish to safeguard them or use them for other purposes (stock photo, scrapbooks, sharing, heavy editing). Our customers will own the originals or else obtain them from family/friends for sentimental value. Most customers will want to relive their memories. The rest will typically want the safety and flexibility of digital copies.
We figure the age group is 25-70 years old.
We're looking for a log that conveys the movement of image history to digital medium. We'd like a little fun or whimsy inserted without appearing cartoonish. We don't want to be too stuffy or literal.
The activity of scanning should not be represented (i.e. a literal scanner shown in the logo).
Our backgrounds will typically be white or earth tones. We'd like a splash of color or a lot of color. Just not red or dominating dark colors please.
We plan to expand into other revenue streams involving slide shows, high-def, albums, printing, retouching, restoration, and more. So again, literally demonstrating film being scanned or going to a CD probably won't work for us.
Do not include the URL in the logo.
The logo can be either a graphic or a stylized name or both.
Here are some competitor sites for more information (since we're not up yet). Two of the sites feature pixelation as a concept (something solid moving to a digital pixel based medium) and we'd like to steer clear of that.