Organizing and Sharing Digital Images - free webinar now online
March 01, 2012
In yesterday's webinar, Organizing and Sharing Digital Images, we learned 1) how to easily organize and retrieve your digital images (using Photoshop Elements, Picasa, and Legacy plus a referral to view the Heritage Collector webinar), 2) how to share your images (using email, Picasa Web Albums, Photoshop.com and Dropbox), and 3) how to backup your digital images (using an off-site backup service, multiple hard drives, and even publishing to a photo book). It was an aggresive agenda but I think it went well. My goal was for the attendees to leave with one or two ideas they could incorporate into their strategy for working with their digital images.
View the recording
If you could not make it to the live event or just want to watch it again, the 1 hour 44 minute recording of Organizing and Sharing Digital Images is now available to view in our webinar archives. Visit www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/webinars.asp to watch. It is available for free until March 12, 2012.
Own your own copy of Organizing and Sharing Digital Images by purchasing the webinar-on-CD for just $9.95. It includes the 1 hour 44 minute recording of the class, the complete Q/A session, and 5 pages of handouts. Click here for more information or to purchase.
Special discount coupon
The special discount coupon of images that was announced during the webinar is valid for 10% off anything in our online store through Monday, March 5, 2012.
Register for our upcoming webinars (free)
- Are You Ready for the 1940 U.S. Census Images with Thomas MacEntee, March 7.
- DNA Research for Genealogists: Beyond the Basics with Ugo Perego. March 21.
- Obituaries: Clues to Look For. Tips for making sure you get the full benefit from an obituary notice with Tom Kemp, March 28.
- Digital Writing Tools for Genealogists with Lisa Alzo, March 30.
- The Pursuit from Genealogy Hobbyist to Professional with John Kitzmiller and Claire Brison-Banks, April 4.
- Genealogy on the Go - the Families app for your Android, iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad with Malcolm Green, April 11.
- Using Legacy Family Tree to Support Family Groups/Organizations with Geoff Rasmussen and Ken McGinnis, April 14.
- Researching Your Scottish Ancestors with Marie Dougan, April 18.
- Reverse Genealogy: Finding the Living with Megan Smolenyak, April 25.
- Researching Your Pennsylvania Ancestors with Lisa Alzo, May 2.
- Researching Your New York Ancestors with Thomas MacEntee, May 30.
- Researching Your German Ancestors with Kory Meyerink, June 6.
- Putting Flesh on the Bones with Ron Arons, June 13.
- Marriages and Anniversaries. Mining newspapers for engagements, marriages, anniversaries, and divorce records with Tom Kemp, June 20.
- Digital Images for Genealogists and Technologists: scanning, digitizing, editing, and preserving your photos with Geoff Rasmussen. June 27.
- The Quest for your English Ancestors with Claire V. Brisson-Banks. July 11.
- Plan Your Way to Research Success with Marian Pierre-Louis, July 18.
- Wikis for Genealogists with Thomas MacEntee. August 8.
- The 5 C's for Success in Genealogy Today with Barbara Renick. August 22.
- Beyond the Arrival Date: Extracting More from Passenger Lists with Lisa Alzo. September 5.
- What is a 'Reasonably Exhaustive Search'? with Michael Hait. September 12.
- Use Your Digital Camera to Copy Records with Mary Hill. September 19.
- Digital Research Guidance, Research Logs, and To Do Lists: FamilySearch, Research Wiki, and Legacy Family Tree with Geoff Rasmussen. September 26.
- Privacy and our Ancestors with Thomas MacEntee. October 3.
- Researching Your Irish Ancestors: Beyond the Basics with Judy Wight. October 10.
- Ten Brick Wall Tips for Intermediate Researchers with Marian Pierre-Louis, October 17.
- Your Civil War Ancestors: Beginning Your Research with Michael Hait. October 24.
- Breaking Down Your Irish Brick Wall with Judy Wight. October 31.
- Genealogy for Novices: Where Do We Begin with Linda Geiger. November 14.
- The Big 4 U.S. Record Sources with Mary Hill. November 28.
See you online!
Are your webinars captioned for deaf and hard of hearing people?
Posted by: Karen Morrow | March 01, 2012 at 12:50 PM
Geoff and Legacy,
Thank you. This is quite a line up of some of genealogy's top speakers. I've hardly missed a one since they began and am signed up through April 11th. We won't need conferences pretty soon! Every one of the Legacy Webinars I have listened/watched have helped in some way. When I can't tune in on the day of the webinar, I really appreciate that I have a limited time to listen/watch online. Keep up the good work.
Legacy User since V. 4.0 or 5.0
Posted by: Dani Lee McGowan | March 03, 2012 at 11:03 AM
Karen - no, the live webinars are not closed-captioned. Volume 1 of the Legacy training videos are closed-captioned however.
Posted by: Geoff Rasmussen | March 05, 2012 at 03:58 PM