Back in the days when a photo film was 24 or 36 shots, there were always a few frames left in September… finally used up during the family get-together over Christmas. This would result in January’s trip to the high street chemist or local camera shop, dropping
This year, the veteran Magnum photographer David Hurn donated his collection of 700 prints to the National Museum of Wales. This show, held in the first gallery in the museum dedicated solely to photography, comprises the most striking
How many times have you thought “how many spoonful’s?” in the family’s hand-me-down recipe? Or “where did they say they were evacuated?”
It’s a long laborious process trying to write down all the important “stuff” parents & grandparents have said
“Oral history is an essential complement to written history. It is immediate, compelling and the listener is addressed personally. We carry in our heads the echoes of history…
Oral history interviewing is different from, say, a newspaper interview. The interviewer
This autumn it’s been a time of contrasting clients: earlier this month a city solicitor wanted all the images recovered from an old computer … what he hadn’t realised was that there were 22,000 images and several hundred videos of holidays & young children’s’
Does the idea of scanning in all of your family’s photographs overwhelm you? Maybe it seems like such a tedious task that you have given up on trying all together!
There’s a solution! With new technology you no longer have to have a scanner and scan each photograph
The Hague Museum of Photography, in the exhibition “Life in Cities” will be presenting this and a major retrospective of Wolf’s work, stretching from his earliest years as a documentary photographer to the relatively recent
Does the idea of having all of your family photographs and other scanned mementos in one safe, secure, and easy to access place get you thinking that Special2Us may be the perfect gift for your loved ones this holiday season?
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