YOUR PHOTOS ARE ONE OF YOUR MOST CHERISHED POSSESSIONS.
Photos tell the stories of our lives.
However, in this chaotic, rapid and ever-changing digital landscape, our photos are scattered across multiple devices, in numerous boxes tucked in a closet and stored in outdated media. They’re disorganized, vulnerable, and in some cases, inaccessible.
Save Your Photos Month is the direct result of witnessing devastating losses many people experienced after natural disaster struck their communities. Wild fires, gas explosions, hurricanes, tornadoes, and other natural disasters are a constant in the daily news. Natural disasters or human error will always be a threat to your photo collection. We can help you safeguard your memories so you can prevent the loss of these irreplaceable treasures.
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Aaron Siskind once said,
“Photography is a way of feeling, loving, and touching.
What we have caught on film is captured forever.
It remembers little things long after we have forgotten everything.”
Also there is a very interesting blog, DIY for using
Photodex Pro Show video slide show maker. writes a comprehensive blog on how to organize, get started and execute your video slide show from photos. Read the rest of it Andrea Sims here.
If video is not your favorite form of saving photos, try our September
. Nothing is more permanent for future generations than keeping and treasuring a book. Make a Book class or Restoring your old photos or Learning Adobe Photoshop Elements
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1. Are you looking for new and easy ways to make your computing life stress free? Here are a few random tips that I found helpful.
Check out our
August and September calendar for more classes and tips.
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2. Did you know that Amazon has thousands of Kindle ebooks on photography, from beginner to advanced – and every level in between?
Many titles are absolutely free, and you won’t even need a Kindle device to enjoy them!
to check out the awesome selection of free and low-cost photography ebooks at Amazon! Click here
3. For whatever reason, the folks at Microsoft have decided that it’s a good idea to hide file extensions by default in recent versions of Windows, and Windows 10 is no exception.
You can easily force Windows 10 to display all file extensions from this point forward. Here’s how:
1 – Press the
Windows+ E key combination to launch File Explorer.
2 – Select the
3 – Click
Options (located at the top right-hand side of the window). The “Folder Options” dialog box should appear.
4 – Select the
5 – Uncheck the box beside
Hide file extensions for known file types.
6 – Click
Apply, then click Ok.
That’s all there is to it. From now on all of the filenames listed in File Explorer will include their file extensions.
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Aug · 10