How to Archive Family Photos: A Step-by-Step Guide to Organize and Share Your Photos Digitally

How to Archive Family Photos A Step by Step Guide to Organize and Share Your Photos Digitally Organize and enjoy your family s memories You ve captured countless cherished family photos of babies first steps graduations weddings holidays vacations and priceless everyday moments on your sm

  • Title: How to Archive Family Photos: A Step-by-Step Guide to Organize and Share Your Photos Digitally
  • Author: Denise May Levenick
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Organize and enjoy your family s memories You ve captured countless cherished family photos of babies first steps, graduations, weddings, holidays, vacations, and priceless everyday moments on your smartphone or digital camera Perhaps you ve inherited a collection of heirloom family photographs, too But now what How to Archive Family Photos is a practical how to guideOrganize and enjoy your family s memories You ve captured countless cherished family photos of babies first steps, graduations, weddings, holidays, vacations, and priceless everyday moments on your smartphone or digital camera Perhaps you ve inherited a collection of heirloom family photographs, too But now what How to Archive Family Photos is a practical how to guide for organizing your growing digital photo collection, digitizing and preserving heirloom family photos, and sharing your treasured photos In this book, you ll find Simple strategies to get your photos out of a smartphone or camera and into a safe storage space Easy methods to organize and back up your digital photos, including file naming and tagging hints Achievable steps to digitize and preserve heirloom family photos Step by step workflows illustrating common photo organizing and digitizing scenarios Checklists for setting up your own photo organization system 25 photo projects to preserve, share, and enjoy your family photos Whether you have boxes full of tintypes and black and white photographs, an ever growing collection of digital photos, or a combination of the two, this book will help you rescue your images from the depths of hard drives and memory cards or from the backs of closets so that you can organize and preserve your family photo collection for future generations.

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    1. If you want to get a handle on organizing your digital photos, this book is very helpful. Most helpful if you buy a copy of your own as you will want to highlight tips that appeal to you, fold down pages to find certain subjects and add your own notes in the margins to make the most of all the information included.

    2. One frequently heard comment about a great book is, “I couldn’t put it down.” With Denise Levenick’s How to Archive Family Photos, I was constantly putting it down – and that’s a good thing! This book is so full of practical ways to manage your photo collection that you will want to stop and put them to work right away. Denise sent me a PDF “review” copy which is a digitized version of the print edition of the book. The photos, graphics and tables in the print edition add visual [...]

    3. The first part of the book was excellent and gave practical information to get me moving on organizing my digital photos, how to back up, what sort of organizational set up to use, etc. I will most likely refer to the book again and again as it stays relevant. My only criticism is the section in the back that gives ideas for using digital photos to make digital projects. I would have preferred more photos of sample projects and less on what buttons to click on the websites as different provider [...]

    4. Helpful and useful to those trying to get their digital photos organized. The author includes step by step instructions for different types of users and several project ideas. It even rates different photo editing and storage programs/sites.

    5. Fabulous! Talk about packed with useful informationd information that I have already begun using! Very clear writing style, with great instructions. This is a book that I will reference time and again.

    6. For those starting an archival project, this might be a useful book. But for me it did not provide any new information.

    7. This version of Denise May Levenick's advice on preserving family genealogical keepsakes was geared towards an unorganized beginner with a need to be repeatedly told the instructions until the words haunt your dreams. It seemed like every chapter repeated the same information until the end of the book when it changed to project suggestions. The chapters are well organized and progress through a proper sequence for organization as well as providing web site resources. The book would be considerab [...]

    8. Best book about photo organizing and creative photo projectsHappy days are here again after reading this wonderful book. I'm emerging from the chaos of my print and digital photos as I follow the authors directions for organizing and am really excited about following her directions for the many creative photo projects. The printable forms, list of resources and blog are a bonus. This book is already turning into a bible. Thank you!

    9. Now I have the background to make a photo and family history archiving process that I can begin implementing once I've got it created to fit my situation.

    10. 745.593 MayLeven 08/2015 . Nonfiction our library has flatbed scanner for pubic use. One chapter on use of the scanner Provided an interesting background for my genealogy interests

    11. Good Basic InfoMuch of the details in this book is tied to particular companies and software, but the overall ideas and projects provide good information.

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