© Films2Digital
Digitising Your Old Media to DVD or Cloud
Films 2 Digital

ABOUT Films2Digital

So why are we here

My Dad was a very keen photographer and film maker. His preferred camera was always a canon and used the none digital versions up until his departing. Also new at the time was the new hot of the press, 8mm cine camera.

In my youth a do remember…

Way back in the early sixties I remember on Sundays (alternate ones) we use to get a visit from my Uncle and Auntie, His brother and wife. Out would come the slide projector and later the film screen, and on went the show. The many photos, slides and film became stockpiled.  Never to see the light of day again. My Dad passed away before my Mom. When I went to visit my Mom a little later, in her own home, we started talking about both of them and yes, she got the photos out. Many happy memories. She passed away the very next day. Eventually after the funeral , My sister and myself cleared the house. Some photos stayed with my sister and her family as they were relevant to her. The rest, including slides and films came down to me. 2 Years later I finally managed to get round to digitising the slides and films. These were put on to a DVD and copies made to the relevant people. Just watching the film go through the machine frame by frame brought back memories and many discussions with my family, ‘ Do you remember when……? Well worth the cost of the investment. What to do with the kit that I purchased. Well thoughts of selling it came up, but then I would never get the cost back that I paid for it all. So here you have my little website. I have kept the cost down by simply copying the media. I do not enhance in anyway the pictures. This can be done by yourself when you get the digitised media. Simply pop it in your computer and open photos, or films in the software of your choice.
© Films2Digital
Digitising Your Old Photos and Slides 
Films 2 Digital

ABOUT Films2Digital

So why are we here

My Dad was a very keen photographer and film maker. His preferred camera was always a canon and used the none digital versions up until his departing. Also new at the time was the new hot of the press, 8mm cine camera.

In my youth a do remember…

Way back in the early sixties I remember on Sundays (alternate ones) we use to get a visit from my Uncle and Auntie, His brother and wife. Out would come the slide projector and later the film screen, and on went the show. The many photos, slides and film became stockpiled.  Never to see the light of day again. My Dad passed away before my Mom. When I went to visit my Mom a little later, in her own home, we started talking about both of them and yes, she got the photos out. Many happy memories. She passed away the very next day. Eventually after the funeral , My sister and myself cleared the house. Some photos stayed with my sister and her family as they were relevant to her. The rest, including slides and films came down to me. 2 Years later I finally managed to get round to digitising the slides and films. These were put on to a DVD and copies made to the relevant people. Just watching the film go through the machine frame by frame brought back memories and many discussions with my family, ‘ Do you remember when……? Well worth the cost of the investment. What to do with the kit that I purchased. Well thoughts of selling it came up, but then I would never get the cost back that I paid for it all. So here you have my little website. I have kept the cost down by simply copying the media. I do not enhance in anyway the pictures. This can be done by yourself when you get the digitised media. Simply pop it in your computer and open photos, or films in the software of your choice.