Photography Basics for Genealogists: Part One: Orientation (Genealogy’s Star)

Genealogy’s Star: Photography Basics for Genealogists: Part One: Orientation. “Genealogists accumulate a lot of photos and those who travel and do onsite research end up taking a lot of photographs also. We also accumulate a lot of photos from our family activities. This new series is going to discuss all of the aspects of photography from cameras and lenses to the planning and making of the photograph itself and on to the preservation and display of photo collections. I am going to start out with an example of what can happen to make a poor quality image.”

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