A Little-Known Government Genealogy Service - USCIS provides genealogy information that may be difficult or impossible to obtain elsewhere. The records include naturalization files, visa applications, and citizenship tests, and may reveal family secrets and mysteries. In addition to relatives, historians or researchers can also request files.
How to Scan Slides Is it time to digitize and archive your old slide library? While it's not necessarily an exciting task, it's also not hard--and I sure am having fun seeing all my old photos again and finally being able to share them.
Preserve your recorded memories digitally! Fill Legacybox with your home movies, photos, film and audio, and we'll send it back with all of your precious moments digitally preserved on DVDs and thumb drives. Great for you or as a gift to someone else.
USA Today called Legacybox "the perfect solution" for converting your home movies, videotapes, film reels, and pictures, including slides, negatives, and prints all to DVDs or digital files easily with Legacybox!
Thousands and thousands of photos and it's a total mess!! These are spot on for mistakes we're making with our digital photos. Plus an awesome checklist to make sure we're BACKING UP our photos right so we don't lose any!!!
Digitizing Decades : How To Get Old Photos, Slides & Negatives Onto Your Computer
Have you got old photos, negatives or slides that you’d love to have put on your computer? We’ll show you how to do it yourself using a few special tools… and even your cell phone! Don’t let old photos or negatives degrade any longer. With some basic computer skills you can save those memories for posterity!
Learn how to use your scanner and a basic graphics editing software program to repair, restore, and preserve your old family photos. Includes tips for getting good scans, repair cracks or faded photos, and storing the completed digital photos on a CD or using them to create a digital scrapbook or slide show. Page 1 of 4.
The @artifactuprsng Guide to Scanning Old Photos | Have you been putting off that family photo project? We're breaking it down to give you all the info you need to get from here to there. These 5 tips will bring you from 'tucked away' to 'on display'.