Seattle — With the acceleration of digital media, it's easy to forget about the printed photos from years past when we can instantly take a snapshot with our phones. But what if you want to turn printed photographs into digital files to print and store? Organizing all of your photos, both digital and print, is easy with the tools from Molly Bullard, owner of Seattle Photo Organizing. Her company offers classes on how to organize both print and digital photos, video files, and how to create fun projects like photo books and custom videos with your photographs. Molly is here to explain the process of sorting through piles of photos, organizing them, and how to get them ready to be scanned so you can enjoy old memories and keep room for creating new ones.
Some products Molly suggests to make your organization journey easier:
- Photo Organizing Made Easy: Going from Overwhelmed to Overjoyed by Cathi Nelson
- Storage containers from Storables
- Binders, frames, digital storage and more from Archival Methods
- Photo supplies from University Book Store