Learn how to unleash the true power of your pictures with Power to the Pictures! What’s Next After Scanning Family Photos by Thomas MacEntee
Have you finally tackled that family history photo scanning project? And now what should you do with all those digital images? In Power to the Pictures! What’s Next After Scanning Family Photos, learn how to go beyond simple photos and albums and unleash the true power of your pictures. We’ll cover several methods of sharing your scanned images including photo books, calendars, gift items, and more. In addition we’ll review best practices to use when creating a variety of items that will keep your family members engaged in your genealogy research.
Join me on Friday, July 10th, 2020 at 8:00 pm EDT / 7:00 pm CDT / 6:00 pm MDT / 5:00 pm PDT for this fun and informative webinar. You’ll be amazed at the types of items you can create using family photos!
This special webinar is sponsored by Vivid-Pix RESTORE and is part of the Vivid-Pix “Round Tuit!” photo and genealogy training program available at https://vivid-pix.com/education with low-cost classes priced for free or $1.99. For more information, see: https://vivid-pix.com.
All Proceeds Benefit Reclaim the Records
When Vivid-Pix approached me to produce an online webinar as part of its Round Tuit Education channel, I jumped at the chance! In keeping with my abundance model, I try to make most of my educational offerings available for free or at low-cost.
For Power to the Pictures! What’s Next After Scanning Family Photos I have elected to forego my earnings (which are $1 per registration) and make a donation directly to Reclaim the Records, an amazing non-profit organization dedicated to making public records available and accessible to all researchers for free!
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