Sunday 26 June 2022
2.00 pm AEST on Zoom
Unlocking the Shoebox, Part 2 of 3
Identifying Family Photos
Are you the lucky family historian who's been charged with preserving, researching and sharing your family's archive of photos?
Are there some photos that both excite and frustrate you because you know they likely hold clues to your family history, but you're just not sure how to interpret the visual details to solve genealogy riddles?
This session will provide you with tips and guidance on how to identify and use photo attributes to help crack the case.
What you'll learn: tips for using family photograph elements
such as clothing, photo materials and shape, and furniture
to identify details such as date, location, occasion and more.
Unlocking the Shoebox, Part 3 of 3
Organising your Family Photos
Do you have a bounty of digitised images, but aren't quite sure where or how to organise them?
Do you wish you could find any photos easily and also be able to share collections with others in a meaningful way?
Are you curious about how you can add details to your photos that will be saved as metadata?
This session will provide you with guidance on using various photo organising tools to capture and share details that bring your photos to life for you and your family.
What you'll learn: best practices for adding your images to photo organising tools, guidance on how to add new or misssing details to photos as metadata, and examples of ways to share your detailed collections with family.
How to register and Zoom link will be sent to members via Gumnet
a few days prior to the event.
Bookings limited to 100 attendees.
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