Old family photos often show their age in faded, cracked, or damaged images. Family Tree University’s Photo Editing for Genealogists week-long workshop beginning Monday, February 29, introduces three affordable photo editing programs to help family historians restore old photos and create new photo projects.
Use The Family Curator’s exclusive coupon code ARCHIVE20 for a 20% registration discount, through Monday 2/29/16.
Attendees will discover how PIXLR and PicMonkey online programs, and Adobe Photoshop Elements software can be used to repair damage, restore color, add watermarks and captions, and more.
March is Women’s History Month and blogger Lisa Alzo will once again present her month-long Fearless Females blogging prompts at The Accidental Genealogist. Celebrate the event on your blog and Facebook Page with your own Fearless Females collage by following the step-by-step instructions presented in the Photo Editing for Genealogists Workshop.
Participants are also invited to participate in a hands-on lesson with feedback from instructor Denise Levenick (that’s me!) and workshop participants. It’s a great opportunity to restore an old photo from your personal collection or create an ancestral collage for your blog, Facebook Page, or family history book.
The week-long workshop is self-paced so you can participate as your schedule allows. All course materials may be viewed online or downloaded for later reference. And I’ll be checking in to the discussion board often to answer questions.
View the full course description and REGISTER HERE using exclusive discount code ARCHIVE20 for 20% off the course fee.