Preserving Memories in Photo Books
To be Genealogy Club Topic
The Susquehanna Trail Genealogical Club will hold its February meeting Thursday 27 February 2020 at 7:00 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints, 2100 Hollywood Drive, York Township. Presenter will be Tina Wagner.
With the use of digital photos, most computers are overburdened with an abundance of stored images. The question is, what can one do to organize and preserve this plethora of family memories?
Whether a person wants to create a family album using current photos, or preserve scanned older family photos, photo books provide an easy method to create a professional looking product for posterity. A hard, plastic cover will preserve and protect the finished product, and it will be easy to share the printed book with others.
The speaker will discuss some of the most popular commercial photo books and will talk about simple photo editing tips and tools that are found on most computers to help create these albums. Wagner will display numerous photo books that either she created or that her family made to give as gifts to others of her clan. She will discuss different ways to organize the books by themes, by chronological order, or by other methods.
The presenter Tina Wagner is an intermediate genealogist and volunteer in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Wagner currently serves as the director of the York Family History Center and will be introducing ways individuals can preserve memories using photo books,
Light refreshments will be served and a door prize awarded to one guest.
For further information call: Susan Inak, Club President at (717) 891-0272 or go to: www.facebook.com/pastgc