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It's easy to fall down a rabbit hole when doing genealogy research. Avoiding…

It's easy to fall down a rabbit hole when doing genealogy research. Avoiding…

Scanning photos is easy. It's the labeling that's a pain. Here's an easy, low-tech way of labeling that will save you time and frustration.

Scanning photos is easy. It's the labeling that's a pain. Here's an easy, low-tech way of labeling that will save you time and frustration.

There is nothing more heartbreaking for us than to talk to a client who has  spent hours and dollars digitizing their photo collection, only to find out  that the files are too small or too low-quality for archival purposes. They  may look fine on Facebook, but when printed in a family history book or  newspaper article, they will look blurry or pixelated. In many cases, the  originals have already been sent back to their original owners or worse,  destroyed, making proper re-scanning…

There is nothing more heartbreaking for us than to talk to a client who has spent hours and dollars digitizing their photo collection, only to find out that the files are too small or too low-quality for archival purposes. They may look fine on Facebook, but when printed in a family history book or newspaper article, they will look blurry or pixelated. In many cases, the originals have already been sent back to their original owners or worse, destroyed, making proper re-scanning…

There is nothing more heartbreaking for us than to talk to a client who has  spent hours and dollars digitizing their photo collection, only to find out  that the files are too small or too low-quality for archival purposes. They  may look fine on Facebook, but when printed in a family history book or  newspaper article, they will look blurry or pixelated. In many cases, the  originals have already been sent back to their original owners or worse,  destroyed, making proper re-scanning…

There is nothing more heartbreaking for us than to talk to a client who has spent hours and dollars digitizing their photo collection, only to find out that the files are too small or too low-quality for archival purposes. They may look fine on Facebook, but when printed in a family history book or newspaper article, they will look blurry or pixelated. In many cases, the originals have already been sent back to their original owners or worse, destroyed, making proper re-scanning…