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Under the Bed. Up in the attic. Out in the garage. Somewhere there’s a box of older analog videotapes you’re hoping to treasure forever. But they’re fading fast. Captured on camcorder videotape, those priceless moments are disappearing – victims of heat, humidity and time itself. Collect them! Bring them to Memories in a Flash!
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Memories in a Flash will professionally convert and preserve your older analog videotapes into a modern digital format, which will last forever.
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Say hello to anytime viewing on your phone, tablet, computer and TV. Experience the joy of having these cherished memories at your fingertips.
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Family Time – Getting the most out of your Reunions.
For generations family photos have turned into valuable pieces of family history.
When you get together for your yearly family reunion, what will you do to make sure future generations have access to important family memories?
Read on for some general reunion photo ideas as well as tips to make your family gathering a long lasting moment.
Take a group photo—it is so important to capture the people at the event for future generations.
Photo slideshow—Set up a laptop or television with a looping slideshow of favorite family photos, from as many people as you can get to contribute.
Bring your photos to Memories in Flash before the gathering – we will create your Slideshow in advance – Your Life, with a Soundtrack. Professionally Done, Custom Video from your Photos and Clips. Playable on your Computer or DVD Player.
Photo name tags—get head shots from each attendee (or from the ancestor they descend from for larger events) and place the photos on name tags with their name to make sure everyone remembers names!
Take time to record—A hand held digital audio recorder or video recorder can capture individuals telling stories and sharing memories that can be preserved and cherished by those to come.
However you approach photo sharing at your reunion you’ll be glad you did. The photos and stories of our ancestors can help create a connection that bridges generations.
— in Halifax.
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Consolidate all photos into one location.
Do you have photos on your laptop, USB drive, Memory cards, desktop and iPhone? The first step is to consolidate them into one place.
Create a folder on your computer and copy them all.…..It’s a great way to finally clean out all your devices too!
Group all photos by year and then by month.
Once all your photos are in one place, the first step is to start grouping them by year.
After the photos are grouped by year, start consolidating them into months. Manually drag the months into order for now because sometimes the dates are messed up on the photo files. The biggest trick? GO ONE MONTH AT A TIME…..maybe pick a few weeks where you tackle one month at a time every morning or once a week after the kids go to bed.
Go through each month of photos and keep only the best ones.
Ok, I know it’s hard…..but you don’t really need 40 photos of the “almost identical” pose….or 10 photos of
your kid feeding the same duck. I force myself to go through each month of photos and delete out all the sub-par photos. Then I take a few days off and make myself go BACK through them again. AND….remember…..as sad as it is….no one will care that you took 20 photos of your pretty bushes or your new kitchen island…..or the architecture in Italy. Make sure the majority of your personal photos have “people” in them.
The less photos you have…the more you will appreciate them!
Organize your Photo Album and Hard copies.
Consider digital albums.
If you like the look of physical albums that you can flip through consider making a yearly digital photobook.
Backup your photos to DVD/CD and or External Hard Drive.
Once they are all uploaded, backup those folders up to a 4G DVD. Before removing them from your desktop export them to a external hard drive. You now have two different backups…..just in case one gets damaged.
Hope this helped!