Randy Fredlund of Vivid-Pix joined me to talk about imaging and how Vivid-pix works. He’s the co-founder of the company. It’s a magical product. Upload an image and take your pick of the enhanced version you like. You can tweak it further too.
You won’t believe what Civil War historian, Kurt Luther, has created. Civil War Photo Sleuth is a gathering place for images and information.
Christopher Desmond of MemoryWeb joined me for another episode of my podcast to share their big news. MemoryWeb is now available for Android’s and for your desktop. They’ll be rolling out improvements to these versions so that functionality will eventually match what’s available through their iOS app.
👻It’s a special Halloween edition.🎃 A few weeks ago, I interviewed author Paul Collins, The Literary Detective, about his new book, Blood and Ivy: The 1849 Murder that Scandalized Harvard. It has a connection to a photo I found. Really! I’m a huge fan of his. Listen in and find out why.
👻It’s a special Halloween edition.🎃 Brenda of the Gravestone Girls was on recently to talk about all things relating to gravestones and their preservation work. We also chat about postmortem images.
If you’re like me, then you have photographs or scans of documents that can use a little touch-up. Vivid-Pix’s Restore software makes that easy. No more complicated solutions. Upload a picture to the software and quickly correct color, contrast, and brightness.
A trip to the local outdoor flea market taught me a few things about how non-genealogists feel about pictures. Today my guest is Shannon Uschold of GenerationStory, a free iOS and desktop app to help you save the stories of family artifacts. She released the GenerationStory app in 2015.
A story about one woman’s photo discovery at Goodwill made the news. It made me think about the photo terminology you see online. What’s a found photo? What’s an orphan photo? I gave these questions a lot of thought and came up with an opinion. Listen in and let me know if you agree.
My daughter’s teary eyes at discovering a tossed photo were the inspiration for a recent blog post, Let’s Stop Trashing Family Photos. It struck a nerve with my readers too. My inbox and FB page were flooded with responses. Listen to their emails in this edition of The Photo Detective.
A colleague emailed me this week to tell me about a set of Rhode Island manuscript volumes on eBay. It was a reminder that you never know what you’re going to find on eBay. Family photos? Absolutely. Images of ancestral hometowns? Definitely. Just about anything can be listed on eBay. In this episode of The Photo…