On Tuesday, June 22, at 6 p.m., photo preservation specialist Cheryl Freye will be presenting a free, educational Zoom class about saving, organizing, and sharing your photographs.
“Freye’s class is ideal for anyone feeling overwhelmed by multitudes of photographs and videos accumulated in hard copy and on multiple digital devices,” said the Library, in a news release.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a Zoom link to attend.
Topics to be covered in the program include: photo organization; tips for digitizing photos; backing up photos; what to look for in cloud storage options; and ideas for fun things to do with photos.
“People are often worried about losing their photos or not having a system in place for their children and grandchildren to be able to access their photos,” says Freye. “We’ll cover those concerns and also discuss how to include storytelling elements to provide insight for future generations.”
Cheryl Freye has specialized in photo preservation since 2005 and is a Photo Coach and Senior Lead Ambassador with forever.com, a digital archive company. She is passionate about helping individuals find a personalized plan to preserve their family photos and stories. She also works with organizations to develop a plan for preserving their history.
Freye grew up in Pennsylvania and graduated from Bucknell University with a degree in finance and accounting. She has lived in Winthrop since 1982.
For more information on this and other Camden Public Library Programs, visit librarycamden.org.