Organize and Curate Your Photos
Pictures help us celebrate and grieve. Photos tell our stories.
We use photos to help us heal and keep our stories, memories, celebrations alive.
Are there particular images you want used for your celebration of life? Have them printed and place them in an envelope for future use. Be sure to let someone know where they are too.
Look through your images and mark them with the people's names and stories while you recall the details. Future generations will appreciate your efforts!
If you're like most people, you probably have lots of digital and printed photos that you'll sort "someday." You may have a vision of sorting the images in chronological order, tossing duplicates, and creating a photo book to share. You'll look through the book with friends and family and maybe even send some photos from the olden days to your friends. You probably can see the trend here, someday keeps getting pushed out to the distant future.
Our photos are proof that we existed. Images show that we had family, friends, accomplishments, and love. Photos show we belonged. We keep our favorite images to recall that our lives were unique and special, and showing pictures to people is how we tell our stories.
Two people looking at a photo can burst out laughing while recalling what happened in that photo captured with paper and dye. Stories and traditions get preserved when you know the story behind the image.
Do you have some time available? (Yes, I'm writing this during a pandemic.) Spend it organizing your photos, take comfort, and honor those special days. Connect with your family while you preserve your memories.
Take these steps to organize images:
If you could use some help making a curated collection of photos that is accessible on all your digital devices get in touch. We're here to help you preserve your photos, whether we took them for you or not.
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