21st Century Organised Family Historian – Week 10 – Quick and Dirty Way to Start Organizing Photos

Continuing the weekly thread organised by Michelle at The Turning of Generations

Over recent years we have organised our physical photograph albums and collection. The major job now is scanning and making digital copies of those photographs and then making a CD of the photos. The last stage in the process is to upload a copy to Flickr.

In the digital age, we always download our photographs to our laptops and external hard drive. We then make a CD of them and then upload a copy to our Flickr album. 


We can make choices with Flickr whether or not to make our photographs available for general viewing or making it private. I do make a digital copy of photographs sent to me by friends of their children, but I always make the file a private one, so that only myself and my husband can see them. 

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One Response to 21st Century Organised Family Historian – Week 10 – Quick and Dirty Way to Start Organizing Photos

  1. Dizzy C says:

    Family History has come along way since I shelved my Family History files about 8 years ago.

    I had a very old pc programme, a printer and the rest was written notes. 🙂

    carol

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