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Community Impact Features Memory Forward in August 2023 Edition

Sorting through shoe boxes full of photos, stacks of old VHS tapes or piles of historical family documents can be daunting—but for the meticulously organized and attentive Memory Forward team, it's what they’re best at.

Community Impact (a hyper-local newspaper that serves the Austin, Round Rock, and Pflugerville area) visited our offices last week to learn more about how we help our clients preserve their photo legacies.


We gave them a tour of our facility and showed them how valuable our services really are. Brittany Anderson asked great questions and saw first hand the entire process from organization and digitizing photos to delivering in luxury photo storage boxes.


One thing that caught her attention was the dramatic difference between negative/slides and the original prints of the same photos.


Moisture from years of storage caused these Easter party photos to stick to one another. Time also caused the image to fade and yellow over time.


Thankfully, our client also had a slide of the same event. The difference in color, clarity, and resolution is superior in every way.


Converting slides to digital files is just one of the many amazing things we have the pleasure of doing every day here at Memory Forward.



See the digital article in it's entirety at Community Impact.

Hello from our founder, Laura Woolsey!

Laura founded Memory Forward in 2007 with the vision of preserving the visual histories of local Austin families. Over 15 years later, Memory Forward has helped hundreds of families enjoy their photos and videos again by bringing them into the digital age

If you have a closet (or two) stuffed with photos, albums, and videos we can help tackle the overwhelming task of organization and digital preservation.

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