945: Digitizing and Preserving Family Photos
July 12 and 13
9:45 AM - 11:15 AM
After decades of taking and accumulating photos from our lives and our family's, we have too many photos to store yet too many memories to toss away. By scanning and digitizing your analog photos, those memories can always be shared, stored, and enjoyed for decades to come. Scanning apps like Photomyne make digitizing your photos easy while maintaining the quality of original photos. This course will explain why you should digitize your photos, how to digitize your photos, and how to use scanning apps to not only save your photos but also cherish the stories behind them. Class participants are encouraged to download the Photomyne app (there is a free trial - no purchase is required for the class), as well as come to the session with photos for scanning practice. This study group has a high class size capacity.
Class Type: Lecture
Class Format: Online
Hours of Reading: No reading
Study Group Leader(s):Mathew Jevotovsky
Mathew Jevotovsky is a content writer at Photomyne. Originally from Rochester, NY, he's lived in Tel Aviv for the last six years working at various hi-tech companies including the last two years at Photomyne. He's an old soul (in a 30 year-old's body) always looking for reasons to browse old photos and reminisce on good times. This course originated with an OLLI instructor in Florida and Mathew was eager to bring this opportunity to other students so they can get the most out of their old photos.