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    In every family, someone ends up with “the stuff.” It is the goal of The Family Curator to inspire, enlighten, and encourage other family curators in their efforts to preserve and share their own family treasures.

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    Which Photos to Save? Family Curator Guest Blogger at Photoloom

    The Family Curator is delighted to be writing about photo organization and selection today as a featured Guest Blogger at Photoloom, Above the Trees.

    It’s Okay to Play Favorites with Your Photos suggests a streamlined workflow for saving the best and setting aside the rest. Your photo slideshows will become lean and more appealing, and your audience will thank you!

    Photoloom is the premiere family photo sharing, tagging, and storage site for genealogists. I first met owners Renee and Scott Huskey at the SCGS Jamboree 2009 and found that we share a common interest in getting family photographs out of our digital cameras and scanners and under the eyes of our families.

    Read the entire article at Photoloom, Above the Trees here.

    Disclaimer: I have not been compensated for writing or mentioning Photoloom. I just like what it does for family history photos.


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