by J. Kenneth Brantley
Our presentation is to reveal the potential benefits of the common digital cameras and to demonstrate the speed at which documents can be digitized, put on‐line and made available with little cost. We hope to encourage others to venture into genealogy projects utilizing the information we will present.
by Andy Pomeroy
Digital cameras don't work quite the same way as film, and understanding the differences ensures you can capture precious moments. This class goes beyond the point‐and‐shoot basics and extends to research techniques you can use from the genealogical library to the graveyard. Among other topics, attendees will learn methods to use a camera in place of a scanner, capture microfilm images, and maximize graveyard photography.
12th–13th November 2010