This past August I had the privilege to teach 100+ people for the Federation of Genealogical Societies annual conference in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We covered a lot of ground with three topics: Organizing photos with metadata, scanning and a photo editing one-on-one workshop. I am grateful for my wife and her camera work, following me around the room on the final one.
A playlist with all three, including links for the syllabi, are on the Photo Grafix University YouTube Channel. Check it out today.
|Myself with two hard-working assistants|
|Snapshot of my recycling devotion|
|Would you really want this in a landfill?|
many recyclable materials from all of our food and water packaging. Then on the final day, I carted this
collection downstairs and placed them into one of the many recycling cans
in the area.
Finally, I'd like to offer a special thanks to all the genealogists who purchased my daughter's hand-made jewelry. You really made her stay the experience of a lifetime.