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Has this ever happened to you?

Happy November 1st everyone! Can you believe that the year is almost over? It has been one busy, crazy, hectic year! It’s easy to say that Leave A Legacy has transferred, digitized, and preserved thousand of memories for our clients. Everything from family home movies, weddings, and vacations, to birthdays and beyond!

We are kicking off November with a fantastic in-store offer. Bring in all of your photo slides to get them digitized and we will throw in a free Silver Package Slideshow! But, you must act now because this awesome deal only lasts through the month of November 2014!

Today I would like to talk about Digital Media. Things like cellphones, tablets, SD cards, micro SD cards, 3.5″ floppy discs, thumb drives, external hard drives, zip discs, digital cameras, and old laptops can hold countless past memories that you may have not transferred yet. It’s time you brought them into Leave A Legacy and have them transferred onto a more relevant media.

We can do everything including DVDs, DVD slideshows, Photo books, edited video transfers, or we can put them onto a thumb drive or external hard drive for you!

Have you thought about a Digital Scrapbook? With this type of product, there’s no need to print anything out, you can view your amazing preserved memories on a computer, laptop, tablet, or phone!

It’s simple:
1. Bring in your photos. (or email them to us.)

2. Choose your backgrounds, borders, layout, etc. (We can work with as many or as few of instructions you would like to give.)

3. We will piece together a digital scrapbook for you or with you to enjoy with your family!

Stop by one of our fantastic locations today to view in-store examples of scrapbooking and digital scrapbooking!

Fort Collins Studio:
1827 E. Harmony Rd.
Fort Collins, CO 80528

(970) 226-0102

Denver Studio:
145 W. Alameda Ave.
Denver, CO 80223

(303) 623-0607

Alright, now it’s time for Leave A Legacy’s FACT OF THE WEEK!

Did you know:Mom_1820
Due to the long exposure times of Victorian photography, the mothers of children getting a portrait done would be camouflaged into the scenery.

Back in those days, photography wasn’t a snap. It took minutes to create one single photograph. That’s why people never smiled! It took too long for the exposure and the smile would look forced on insincere.

When it came to photos of just children, in order to keep them still, the mother would have to be disguised into the background or even as a chair to keep the children still.

Check out this photograph! Where is the mother?


Thank you for reading!

As always, Leave A legacy is here to help you in all of your memory preservation needs! We can help you with it all!

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Your Memory Preservation Experts,
Leave A Legacy