Google Photos: Collect, Organize, Preserve and Share: Michelle Goodrum Google Photos is a powerful, free app for storing, organizing and sharing. Users can also edit and create photo projects and automatically add their photos to the app from their digital devices.
You may not have ever considered Google Photos as a genealogical tool, but there are so many reasons to consider adding it to your family history repertoire.
Adding Metadata to Your Digital Photos. This is the first of a two-part series exploring metadata. Read part two.
So you’ve taken photos of old photographs, scanned others, and are still hoping to get your hands on the rest, but genealogy is just about preserving the memories of the living as it is the dead.
5 Ways to Identify an Unknown Family Photo. This is the second of a two-part series exploring tips and tricks for identifying old photos. Read part one.
As genealogists, many of us have been dubbed the family historian—meaning that we’ve been tasked with caring for family photos from the past, but also with the history that is happening today.
Google Photos may very well be a genealogist’s dream come true when it comes to organizing and storing a lot of photos and scanned documents.
Making Sense of Unorganized Family Photos. This is the first of a two-part series exploring tips and tricks for identifying old photos. Read part two.
My grandfather took this picture of my dad one morning in 1958. As my dad and I looked at the photo, I asked him if he remembered the moment. “I remember the setting; the red kitchen chair and refrigerator in the background, but I don’t remember the morning my father took this picture,” he said.
We are getting closer to the end of our Genealogy ABCs series. In today’s addition to the series, we cover photos, questions, reunions, surnames, and technology.