Are you overwhelmed by your photographs?
Have you got years and years’ worth of photos that have never even made it out of the film developers’ envelopes?
Worse yet, have you got rolls and rolls of film that haven’t even been developed?
Are you up to your eyeballs in boxes and stashes of photos that are a jumbled mess?
Wondering how you’ll ever manage to organize the old photos you’ve inherited when you’re already frazzled by your own collection?
Feeling frustrated by rummaging through your piles in search of a special photograph only to come up empty handed?
Have you slowed down or even stopped your picture taking because you just don't know where you'd put any more photos?
Are you fed up with feeling overwhelmed and guilty about your out-of-control photo collection?
Learn why your procrastination--and even your attempts at organizing--may be destroying your precious photographs!
It goes without saying that your inaction may be destroying your precious photographs, but would you believe that your attempts at organizing might actually be accelerating the deterioration of your photographs?
Here are some typical organizing steps that may actually do more harm that good:
- Storing photos in manila envelopes or unsafe photo boxes.
- Using plastic baggies, or standard index cards to separate photographs.
- Using self-stick notes on top of photographs to keep track of memories.
- Using a ball-point pen to write dates and information on the back of your photograph.
- Storing photographs in their original photo-developing envelopes. Talk about unfairness! Who would ever imagine that your photos would not be safe in the very envelopes they come in? I know this is hard to believe, so if you’d like to see this for yourself, click here for an example of the damage caused simply by storing photos in a standard film developing envelope.
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