Larsen Digital has been helping families and businesses preserve and archive all types of photos, videos, slides and much more for decades. Now Larsen Digital offers a lower cost digital scan for 35mm slides and saves each slide as a digital image.
Larsen Digital is pleased to announce that they will be a vendor at RootsTech 2018.
Having your slides scanned to digital can feel overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. Just follow a few simple tips, and it will make the preparation much more manageable.
Larsen Digital now offers a simple one-price solution for all damaged, torn and ripped photos, saving your past and bringing it into the digital age
Larsen Digital now offers DAT Tape transfer service to CD or MP3 file; getting professional transfers of digital audio tapes has never been easier
Everyone wants to give a thoughtful unique gift for the holidays. Here are some of the hottest gift ideas for 2016 for photo & genealogy lovers.
Larsen Digital details how converting film to digital furthers genealogy work.
With the discontinuation of VCR manufacturing being announced recently, Larsen Digital has seen a rise in VHS to DVD orders as consumers are realizing the need to have their family videos digitized.
Larsen Digital takes common myths related to scanning services and explains the truth behind them, leaving consumers with more knowledge to make better decisions on behalf of their priceless memories,
Larsen Digital Service's growing service line now features the option to obtain still images from video tape and movie film transfers! This allows the customer more convenience, flexibility and versatility when it comes to their memories.
After the digital conversion of several video tapes, a long forgotten childhood proposal was found.
Larsen Digital, a scanning service provider, gives a real look at a behind the scenes video shoot! While shooting a commercial for the film conversion company, mistakes are put together in this funny collage of bloopers.
Larsen Digital, a scanning service company, helped a family uncover the truth about a past event by converting their old film to digital.
Because Larsen Digital is always looking for ways to make memories last forever, they are now offering the new service of saving digital images and videos to the all new M-disc- a storage solution that will last 1,000 years! While regular DVD's require updating and transferring in order to keep the files safe, the M-disc is a solution that will last lifetimes, giving the ultimate peace of mind.
Larsen Digital wants to show off their work by offering free sample scans on Negatives, Slides and Photographs.
Larsen Digital Services is issuing a Challenge for the upcoming New Year for those pursuing a goal of getting more organized.
Hashtags such as #TBT (Throwback Thursday), #MCM (Man Crush Monday) or #TT (Transformation Tuesday) have become trending topics on social media. Customers of Larsen Digital are able to take their newly digitized media and use those hilarious dated photos and post them for an epic #TBT.
Larsen Digital has added a third Utah drop off location for added convenience for their customers. This allows customers to drop off their old media such as video tapes, movie film, slides and photos to be converted digitally.
The staff at Larsen Digital can definitely be accused of being just a little bit obsessed with the history of photography and all things vintage. Larsen Digital has spent over 20 years bringing vintage photos into the digital age. Larsen Digital breaks down the 10 most influential moments in Photography.
Year after year the holidays are full of customers giving the gift of memories. What better way to show someone that you love them, than by preserving what they cherish most? To Larsen Digital the holidays are a busy time and they love helping families come together while sharing in their past memories.
The beginnings of Halloween as we know it began with children dressing up as supernatural characters including ghosts, witches and vampires, and has since been influenced by the current pop culture, and more specifically, characters based off of movie action characters such as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Spiderman.
People have been taking photos since the 1800's, and because there are so many clues to be found, pictures have become a vital role in genealogy work. Larsen Digital, a film conversion provider located in Utah, works with genealogists around the world in helping to further their work.