Before starting a photo scanning project, it’s helpful to have reliable guidance. At FotoBridge, we not only provide photo scanning services, but we’re committed to assisting you with the whole process of preserving your family legacy. One area that’s often overlooked is the act of photo organizing for the many original pictures you have. Once you finish the photo scanning process, it’s tempting to throw them back in a box, but as APPO experts have proved, the organizing process doesn’t have to be difficult!
We’d like to introduce an experienced photo organizer, Esther Crawford. Esther is the founder of Esther’s Photo Organizing and is a proud member of APPO, the Association of Personal Photo Organizers. She’s committed to helping families preserve their memories.
“I feel it is important for parents and grandparents to leave their legacy. Unless someone like myself helps them write down their legacy, their legacy will never be told…never be shared with their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Unless something is written down, it’s soon forgotten.”
Esther understands that it’s difficult for many people to get started due to the sheer volume of a collection.
“I think my clients struggle with all of their photos, saying, ‘I don’t know where to begin’ or, ‘What do I do with all of the memorabilia?’”
Luckily, Esther has professional tips that anybody can employ.
“Two tips for organizing your pictures: Just do it one step at a time and choose what’s important to you and the photos you choose to save will tell a story about your life. People are very interesting and lead interesting lives. I feel very privileged that my clients have chosen me to tell their story so I can help them leave their legacy.”
Are you considering working with a photo scanning service but aren’t sure where to start? Esther says, “FotoBridge is wonderful to work with. The employees are very knowledgeable and helpful and have always answered all of my questions.”
Esther is based in Pennsylvania and loves working with families to preserve their legacy. You can connect with her through her Creative Memories website for professional assistance. Learn more about Esther here and feel free to contact her at email@example.com.
Photo Credit: The Devlin Family