41 min

006 | Golden Rule 4 Sort and Organise (Part 2 - Printed Photos‪)‬ DIY Photo Organising

    • Education

Learn how to sort and organise your printed photo collection. Join Fiona Staff and Chantal Imbach as they answer this and other important questions.

In this episode we cover your printed photos, both loose, and those in albums. The best backup of your printed photos is to scan them. We cover some options for you to start to look into scanning your photos. We review our Golden Rule No. 2 Know Your Why as it relates specifically to your printed photos. Once you are clear about the outcome of your project, it is time to prepare your work environment and start sorting and decluttering your printed photos. We share some personal stories and tips about how not to get stuck in reminiscing and other dos and don'ts.


Suggested list of materials to have on hand:

•rubbish bags
•zip lock bags / empty boxes / containers to put in your sorted photos
•sticky notes
•index cards
•photo safe pencil (see link below)
•cotton gloves
•face mask if you deal with mouldy photos


Archival photo storage boxes:

•Archival Survival (Melbourne based): http://www.archivalsurvival.com.au
•Power Sort Box by Creative Memories: https://www.creativememoriesau.com/power-sort-box.html

Pencils:

•Fishpond: https://www.fishpond.com.au/Stationery/Stabilo-All-Pencil-8008-Graphite/9999640633682?utm_source=googleps&utm_medium=ps&utm_campaign=AU&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIu5jlxKee3wIV2AorCh0ElAE1EAYYAiABEgKFcfD_BwE#!4006381327565
•The Art Shop: https://theartshop.com.au/stabilo-all-pencils


We would love to see you over at our Facebook page www.facebook.com/diyphotoorganising and our Instagram page www.instagram.com/diyphotoorganising.


If you'd like to learn more about us, go to:

www.diyphotoorganising.com.au

Chantal Imbach's website: www.photosinorder.com.au
Fiona Staff's website: www.photohelper.com.au

If you are not in Melbourne and would like to explore having a Photo Manager help you, check out www.thephotomanagers.com to find help closer to home.


Author

Chantal Imbach and Fiona Staff

Learn how to sort and organise your printed photo collection. Join Fiona Staff and Chantal Imbach as they answer this and other important questions.

In this episode we cover your printed photos, both loose, and those in albums. The best backup of your printed photos is to scan them. We cover some options for you to start to look into scanning your photos. We review our Golden Rule No. 2 Know Your Why as it relates specifically to your printed photos. Once you are clear about the outcome of your project, it is time to prepare your work environment and start sorting and decluttering your printed photos. We share some personal stories and tips about how not to get stuck in reminiscing and other dos and don'ts.


Suggested list of materials to have on hand:

•rubbish bags
•zip lock bags / empty boxes / containers to put in your sorted photos
•sticky notes
•index cards
•photo safe pencil (see link below)
•cotton gloves
•face mask if you deal with mouldy photos


Archival photo storage boxes:

•Archival Survival (Melbourne based): http://www.archivalsurvival.com.au
•Power Sort Box by Creative Memories: https://www.creativememoriesau.com/power-sort-box.html

Pencils:

•Fishpond: https://www.fishpond.com.au/Stationery/Stabilo-All-Pencil-8008-Graphite/9999640633682?utm_source=googleps&utm_medium=ps&utm_campaign=AU&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIu5jlxKee3wIV2AorCh0ElAE1EAYYAiABEgKFcfD_BwE#!4006381327565
•The Art Shop: https://theartshop.com.au/stabilo-all-pencils


We would love to see you over at our Facebook page www.facebook.com/diyphotoorganising and our Instagram page www.instagram.com/diyphotoorganising.


If you'd like to learn more about us, go to:

www.diyphotoorganising.com.au

Chantal Imbach's website: www.photosinorder.com.au
Fiona Staff's website: www.photohelper.com.au

If you are not in Melbourne and would like to explore having a Photo Manager help you, check out www.thephotomanagers.com to find help closer to home.


Author

Chantal Imbach and Fiona Staff

41 min

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