Monthly Archives: July 2013

Summer Photo Tips Part 2

Summer Photo Tips from Your Personal Photo Organizer (courtesy of www.APPO.org/my/lisa) 6.  All packed up? Take a snapshot! Luggage piled up, the car packed to the max – take a pic! Use these photos to help tell the story of … Continue reading

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Water Damaged Photos Part 2

Whether your photos have been damaged due to natural disaster, time deterioration or by accident, here are some helpful tips for dealing with water damage and your paper-based photos. General Cleaning • Try less invasive recovery methods first. Minor spills … Continue reading

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The Butterfly Effect

I wonder if the caterpillar knows he’s really a butterfly-in-training.  Or is he blind to the potential to float on the breezes and assumes life is all about slinking to the next leaf for the next meal? Aren’t we sometimes … Continue reading

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Summer Photo Tips Part 1

Summer Photo Tips from Your Personal Photo Organizer (courtesy of www.APPO.org/my/lisa) 1.  Keep your camera handy. Be ready for those unplanned moments! 2.  Keep the sun behind you. Harsh light can cast shadows and cause squinting.  Move into the shade … Continue reading

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Water Damaged Photos Part 1

Recently the area of southern Alberta, Canada experienced one of the worst floods in the history of the province.  The effects were wide spread and will be felt for months and years to come.  As a Personal Photo Organizer (www.APPO.org) … Continue reading

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Do you believe?

Last weekend my husband invited a couple over for lunch and I didn’t know either the husband or wife. That’s OK though, because I love meeting new people. Then it happened. He asked THE question. “So, what do you do?” … Continue reading

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