Article #3 in the guest blog post series by Megan Spears. Make sure to read the first two to get your space and stuff organized!
Finally, the most important part of our work, the photograph. If you missed the first two segments on your space and your stuff, be sure to go back and check them out! What’s interesting to me is that without the photos we wouldn’t have a need for scrapbook space or scrapbook stuff, so getting those organized is pretty important.
Thankfully, if you have jumped into the 21st century the digital era has made the act of organizing photos so much easier for us. They will date themselves and even organize themselves without duplication. It’s amazing!
The problem is, if you have older photos you still need to get them organized. Also, if you are like me and have become the “keeper of all family photos just because you scrapbooker,” it’s a job in itself to organize photos that are 50+ years old that people keep sending you. No worries, it’s all good!
PLEASE NOTE: I am not a professional photographer, nor am I a professional at knowing the elements of photographs. I always encourage my clients to check with a professional if you have a unique question or concern pertaining to the quality and long term effects of your pictures.
Having said that here are a few suggestions to getting your photos organized: [Read more...]