Preserving your family history with scanned photos
, 2022-07-08 02:00:00,
Many of us have old family photos in frames, albums or boxes that are slowly fading and decaying. One way to preserve your family history is to scan the images and save them as archival quality digital files.
Mylio Photos is great for organizing and preserving family photos — the ones you’re capturing now, and the ones captured by previous generations.
Mylio Photos has several features that make organizing and enjoying scanned photos easy. The Date Picker lets you adjust the date, choose a date range, or mark an image as undated. Sophisticated facial recognition lets you tag people in photos so future generations know what their ancestors looked like. The Life Calendar is a beautiful way to browse your own life and family history.
Working with scanned images in Mylio Photos
I recently scanned an old photograph of my grandmother and great-uncle. When I pulled the photo out of the frame, I was ecstatic to find that there was information written on the back (which I also scanned). This provided important family history about when the photo was taken, who was in the photo, and where it was captured.
With Mylio Photos, I used that information to add a date range, tag the faces in the photo, and add approximate location (GPS) information to the metadata. Now, when I browse my photo library, I can easily find this image a number of ways. I can browse by date in the Calendar view, person in the People view or place in the Map view. Each of these parameters is also…
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