Do you have boxes of dusty photos given to you by mom, grandma or Aunt Ethel? Maybe you’re the caretaker of a treasured family album? Or do you have a collection of photos you want …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Preserving Photos
Today, so many people focus on the digital photograph – how to share it, how to preserve it, how to organize it and more. Yes, you need a strategy for your digital photo collection; however, …Read More →
My passion is to help you capture and save your images. While I am passionate about the printed photograph, digital preservation is an important element of saving and preserving your precious memories.
Digital preservation can help …Read More →
My passion is helping people save their memories, keeping them safe so that you have them to enjoy today and pass along to future generations.
It’s so easy to say “I’ll get them organized tomorrow.” Often, …Read More →
How do you store and organize your photos? Are your stories being told or do you keep your photos in photo albums stuffed in the closet, garage or attic? Why not transform your photos into …Read More →
In researching this month about family reunions, I came across some fun activities that can help you capture and share some great memories, especially for those who are unable to attend.Read More →
After digitizing photos and memorabilia, some people are perfectly fine with putting the physical pictures and items in the trash. Others prefer to keep them.
The physical print may be old and have a special feel …Read More →
How long have those boxes, albums, and envelopes of loose print photos been taking up space in your attic, garage or basement?
If your new year’s resolutions include gaining a little more space, de-cluttering your life and …Read More →
I know I can sound like a broken record when it comes to ensuring you have multiple back-ups of your precious memories.
For me, it’s more about keeping your photos safe and protected.Read More →
We’re constantly taking pictures, day-in and day-out. In fact, our smart phones have become the photo album of today.
But what about all those old photographs? The ones that may be dust-covered, yellowed, faded, or cracked? …Read More →