September is Save Your Photos Month:
Archival Methods Blogs & Videos to Get You Started!
To celebrate this year’s annual Save Your Photos Month, we’re listing many of our most popular blogs & videos to help you archivally preserve the unique photographic memories hidden in your family’s snapshots / photo albums / digital images / 35mm slides / and 8mm home movies—carefully explaining & illustrating every step of the way!
Your irreplaceable old snapshots & photo albums deserve to be rescued from your attic or basement, and then sorted / scanned / the best photos printed & shared / & then EVERYTHING should be archivally preserved—all of which is easy to do and packed with the thrill of discovery!
The same holds true for your digital images on your smartphone or computer. Those images should also be sorted / the best photos printed / and then placed in NEW archival photo albums or enlarged & framed for generations to enjoy.
Take a look at the illustrated blogs & videos listed below, which we’ve separated into easy-to-follow subject categories, to find JUST what you need to know to archivally preserve ALL of your family’s cherished photographic memories—old & new!
Save Your Photos Month: Snapshots
Save Your Photos Month: Old Photographs
Save Your Photos Month: Photo Albums & Photo Postcards
Saving Your Photos Month: 35mm Slides & Home Movies
Save Your Photos Month: Digital Images
Save Your Photos Month: Important Blogs
Save Your Photos Month: Short Videos
When it comes to the archival storage & presentation of photographs—in ANY media & from ANY era—Archival Methods has the solutions you’re looking for in its wide range of museum-quality acid-free products & services.
If you have any additional questions, or would you like more information on any of our museum-quality acid-free storage & presentation materials, please contact us here at Archival Methods. We’re always there to help with any archiving, storage, or presentation questions you may have.
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