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Orphan Photos & Rescued Family Memorabilia - Genealogy - About ...
Reunite with family photos and memorabilia that have been found by others in attics, antique shops and flea markets, including photos, bibles, letters, postcards ...
Photos, Scrapbooking & Family Memorabilia - About Genealogy
Learn how to date old family photographs, preserve treasured photos and documents and create wonderful heritage scrapbooks. Plus, links to online photo ...
Exchanging & Sharing Family Photos - Genealogy - About.com
Each member of your family probably has an interesting photo or two...those one- of-a-kind prints of your great-grandparent's wedding or the old homestead.
5 Steps for Identifying People in Old Family Photographs - Genealogy
By identifying the type of photographic technique used to create your old family photos, it is possible to narrow down the time period when the photograph was ...
Top 5 Digital Photo Sharing Services - Genealogy - About.com
Online photo sharing is getting easier every day, and many services offer an amazing number of options for free. You can batch upload your old family photos, ...
Identifying Old Photos - How to Identify the Time Period ... - Genealogy
Learn how to identify old photographs, including tips for dating the time period and identifying the people, faces and places pictured in the photo.
Heritage Preservation - Preserving Photos, Documents ... - Genealogy
Learn how to preserve and/or restore old photos, papers, albums, and scrapbooks including tips, techniques, resources, societies, and supplies. Fun ideas and ...
Label Your Digital Photos - Genealogy Tip of the Day - About ...
Tips for organizing and labeling your digital photo collection.
Saving & Storing Digital Photos - Genealogy - About.com
Storage Tips for Digital Photos. 1) Choose your file type. The best file type for scanning and saving archival photos is TIF (Tagged Image Format), the undisputed ...
Preserving Your Precious Family Photos and Videos - Genealogy
"Where are your precious family photos? Stored in safe acid-free albums? In a safe-deposit box at the bank? Or jumbled together in old shoe boxes?"