Who among us does not have a shoe box (or 5) of loose family photos? Multiple trays of slides? Phone full of photos? Inherited black and white photos in all kinds of formats from formal portraits to “brownie” snapshots? Wouldn’t it be great if they could all get organized so you can find what you are looking for, and easily share them? On Saturday, September 15 from 2:00– 3:30, learn how to assess that photo mess and make a plan to back-up, clean-up and share valued family photos with Susan Morrow, who will be presenting “Got Photos? Photo Organizing Made Easy.” With your photo collection under control, it is possible to create books of family history and slideshows for special celebrations.
Morrow will discuss how to preserve print and digital photographs to prevent the unforeseen loss of these valued family treasures, how to get organized and backed up for sharing photos with family members, sharing organizing strategies, digitizing best practices, backup methods, and resources. She is a treasure trove of information about how to go about reducing your print and digital photos to usable, viewable quantities, and on digitizing outdated media including film, VHS, videos, slides, audio and scanning of photographs.
Susan Morrow, owner of SwickPix, LLC has 31 years of professional photography and editing expertise, and is certified by the Association of Professional Photo Organizers (APPO).
Wilton Historical Society Members free, non-Members, $10 per person. Please register: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203-762-7257.
Did You Know?
September is “Save Your Photos Month”