What better way to save your family history than to include photo's of your ancestors on that family tree. If you have a just a few photo’s now, you will probably have a lot of photo’s later. Find a way to organize your work now. It will save you from duplicating and wasting your time.
What do you want to do with your photo’s? Are you going to store them, share them with family members, post them on the Internet for all to see? Maybe you want to create a memorial slide show for a family member that is no longer with us. How about your grandma’s 85 birthday party?
Is the quality of your photo good enough? If you are going to share them on the Internet then maybe they are fine. What size should the picture be? Many questions. Some basic answers will follow. Most important, I am not a photographer. If you want the best then consult a pro. I will try to bring you up to speed to help you with your genealogy work. Anything past that you should do some additional study.
I love to work on photo’s and use a few programs to help me. If that’s not your interest, I suggest you get help from someone that loves to. I suggest you talk to Lisa at http://www.retrophotorestoration.com/. Take a look at her website and see what is possible. Lisa is passionate about working with her photo’s and will take the same care with yours. If you think it is impossible, contact Lisa.
Most importantly. Backup your work. Have a backup plan and stick to it. If you are going to digitize your pictures, make sure a copy of the work is protected and stored at a different place than the original.
To Be Continued . . . .