Memories Renewed in the Media

Chosen as the “Best Photo Scanning Service” by Wirecutter


We’ve spent 80 hours of research and testing to figure out that the best place for most people to get their photos and film scanned is Memories Renewed, an online scanning service based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We came to this conclusion after researching 37 different scanning services; shipping out slides, negatives, and prints to the 12 most promising contenders; and then submitting a set of damaged family photos in need of restoration to our final three picks. Memories Renewed consistently delivered great-looking digital files throughout our testing process, offering the best combination of price, quality, and turnaround time of any service we tested. Their order process was simple, communication was prompt and personal, and our originals were safely packed for return, things we couldn’t say for all of our contenders.

Original Wirecutter Article on archive.org

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The New York Times

Memories Renewed was mentioned once again in The New York Times as a professional way to free childhood memories trapped in ancient film:

Memories Renewed was mentioned in The New York Times as a way to get your old vacation photos digitized:

Wall Street Journal

Memories Renewed was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal as one of the best new ways to scan your old photos:

TekThing

Shannon Morse at TekThing used Memories Renewed to digitize over 3,000 family negatives:

Good Morning America

Memories Renewed was mentioned on Good Morning America during their Photo-Based Holiday Gift Ideas segment:

The Art of Manliness

Who knew genealogy could be manly! The Art of Manliness, How to Do your Genealogy: