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This Saturday Tom and I will be presenting at the UGA South Davis Family  History Fair in Woods Cross, Utah. (See details here.) One of the classes  is entitled "Pixel Wrangling: How to Tame Your Digital Photos Once and For  All." If you aren't able to join us, I thought I'd post some helpful past  articles on the subject. Because everyone needs a little help when taming  this beast.

Five Tips for Handling Digital Photos

This Saturday Tom and I will be presenting at the UGA South Davis Family History Fair in Woods Cross, Utah. (See details here.) One of the classes is entitled "Pixel Wrangling: How to Tame Your Digital Photos Once and For All." If you aren't able to join us, I thought I'd post some helpful past articles on the subject. Because everyone needs a little help when taming this beast.

Great in a nutshell post about jpeg, tif, and png...I've read many articles and this is the best short synopsis I've found that is completely in line with what I've learned through reading A LOT.

JPEG, TIF, PNG - What you need to know about file formats

Someone else wrote : Great in a nutshell post about jpeg, tif, and png.I've read many articles and this is the best short synopsis I've found that is completely in line with what I've learned through reading A LOT.

I like the idea of a 'yearbook' of digital photos because not everything is worthy of a scrapbook page, but I feel bad when I think of all the nice pictures I've taken that will never leave their digital form.

How To Create a Family Yearbook: Controlling the Chaos of Digital Photos

great tips on how to get a handle on your thousands of digital photos. Love the family yearbook idea! Can do several years in one book since we aren't photo people

Get Organized: Scan Your Old Photos                                                         By       Jill Duffy

Get Organized: Scan Your Old Photos

Republished on Saving Stories! Have you ever peered into one of these? Six genealogy secrets found in the library's vertical file: http://www.robinsavingstories.com/2016/07/six-genealogy-secrets-found-in-librarys.html #genealogy

Have you ever peered into one of these? Six genealogy secrets found in the library's vertical file

Way to get old pictures

No Photo? No Problem! Scan Your Photo Negatives And Bring The Past To Life! – Treasure Chest Thursday

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Don't have a photo of your ancestor? Look up historical images from the same time period to get a sense of what they looked like. Also good tips about writing family history.

Blue Eyed Ancestors - Research article showing how all blue eyed people are related

Blue Eyed Ancestors - According to blue-eyed genealogy research conducted by The Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at the University of Copenhagen (published in January all blue-eyed people are related to each other.

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