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Two Easy Photoshop Tools Any Genealogist Can Use – Friday’s Faces from the Past

I had a Genealogy Christmas Day last weekend, and it was glorious.  For nineteen years, my parents have been hording a ton of older photographs from my grandmother’s estate in their basement.  Everything was housed in plastic tubs, which while not ideal, saved them from a leaky pipe which flooded part of the basement in… Continue reading Two Easy Photoshop Tools Any Genealogist Can Use – Friday’s Faces from the Past

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September Genealogy Club Webinar “It’s Time To Get Your Photos Organized” Online Now! – Follow Friday

Did you miss your local genealogical society meeting this month? Fountaindale Public Library’s Genealogy Club’s September lecture is live and available for free through October 14, 2018.  The webinar and handout are available online at https://fountaindalegenealogy.org/webinars/. This month’s meeting “It’s Time to Organize Your Photos” is presented by Caroline Guntur, The Swedish Organizer. Caroline will… Continue reading September Genealogy Club Webinar “It’s Time To Get Your Photos Organized” Online Now! – Follow Friday

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Using Algorithmia’s Free Photo Coloration Tool – Thrifty Thursday

I spent a few hours today testing and playing around with Algorithmia’s free online photo coloring tool.  Marketing itself as a deep learning tool for app developers, Algorithmia is a boon for genealogists who are looking for a cheap and easy way to colorize their old photos. You may have been looking for an easy way to… Continue reading Using Algorithmia’s Free Photo Coloration Tool – Thrifty Thursday

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No Photo? No Problem! Scan Your Photo Negatives And Bring The Past To Life! – Treasure Chest Thursday

My family doesn’t have a lot of older photographs.  My paternal grandma remedied this from about 1942 onward, but the bulk of earlier thing, are simply not around.  “We had some at some point,” my grandma, great aunts, and older cousins used to say.  “But Aunt Clara (my great-grandmother’s younger sister) was a pistol.  She… Continue reading No Photo? No Problem! Scan Your Photo Negatives And Bring The Past To Life! – Treasure Chest Thursday