Made in America: Developing Photos in the Digital Age

One company puts a twist on old-fashioned film developing with help from smartphones.
2:54 | 06/21/13

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And when we need some good news here, a made in america headline. If you're like us taking so many dinl tal photographs, so many smiling faces, well, tonight, a way to turn your digital photographs into brand new american jobs. Reporter: That's film we used to develop, as old as some of our family memories. So much has been made of a bygone era and the american jobs gone with it. But with so many of us taking digital photos, what to do with them? Turns out, creating memories, also creating brand new jobs tonight. We were the first teem allowed into this new factory. How long has this been up and running? Today. Reporter: That's right. Today. Ceo of shutter fly. 500 jobs in this factory already. He plans to double 500 more. What are they making? Custom invitations, albumds, all with your digital photos. Every blue box an order from an american family. This is a 1-year-old somewhere in america having a birthday. Keeping memories alive and american jobs too. Will you remember when this little guy turns 2? We will. I had a suspicion. They're bringing workers backto america. She and her husband moving back from japan. They were doing the same thing there and shipping the photos back to america. How long have you been on the job? About two and a half weeks. And still smiling. Yes. And if you're someone who thought the business of printing memories was fading. 360,000 cards off every machine. And just look ahead of us, how many machines are going. Easily millions of american memories printed every day. And coming down the conveyor belt while we were there. This is the cover? Yes. This is their newest album off the conveyor belt here. Just one of the american workers behind it. Gloria massey. What do you make of your new factory? Love it. The future looks bright. The future bright and on this album, the past is too. 60 years of ray and marci, the new album shipping out, all part of a surprise. When we called the daughter who custom ordered it. Meet tammy, so proud of her parents. I guess the secret's out of the bag now. Happy 60th anniversary, mom and dad. Love you guys. Celebrating her parents and those american workers on the job tonight. Made in america! And happy anniversary. The whole family in on that surprise on "world news." Diane if you're watching me, these photo albums a lot of fun to flip through. Diane will be back on monday.

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