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Turn Your Photo Chaos
into a Family Treasure
Research proves the best way to create strong, resilient kids and families is to learn and pass on the family’s narrative history. Make full use of your digital photos, slides, 35mm prints and home video to preserve and share your own family’s story. Your Photo Helper can help you organize and preserve your past and present treasures, as well as prepare you to include future ones.
The vast majority of people have their photos trapped in storage — never to be seen again. From digital devices to a jumble of boxes in the basement or attic, precious memories are often captured, but never shared.
Technology has its advantages, and its down side — it’s always changing. So are the ways we need to manage and preserve our older media. Photos, if stored properly in archival safe albums and storage boxes will last for generations, but they are still vulnerable to fires and other disasters.
Share & Celebrate
This is what makes the work of organizing and preserving all those portraits, selfies, vacation pics and video shots worthwhile. Photos, in digitally created memory books, slideshows and other keepsakes, are the best and most effective way to strengthen family bonds, establish a narrative, or simply start a conversation.
Digital, slides, 35mm print (whatever the format), photos have tremendous power to evoke emotions, tell stories, and connect us to past and present relationships. As Your Photo Helper, it is my privilege to help you enjoy your photos in a way that is uniquely yours. These are just a few examples of the care and quality I can offer.
FROM THE BLOG
From the national association of professional photo organizers, guest bloggers offer “do-it-yourself” tips and advice, technology and tool recommendations, and everything related to photo organization and preservation, including when it’s best to call on Your Photo Helper.
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