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Photo Organizing Practices: Daguerreotypes to Digital

by Maureen A. Taylor

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0984845097, Paperback)

Do you have a pile of old family photographs collection dust that you don't know what to do with? Do you want to preserve the pictures in an organized manner, but don't know how? Maureen Taylor, "The Photo Detective" and author of Preserving Your Family Photographs and Family Photo Detective explains the process of organizing and storing your photos. This book will help you: *Develop a workflow to accomplish the task of organizing your images *Choose storage methods and tools *Be a smart consumer for photo organizing solutions *Deal with photo overload *Manage your collection

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