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Part of our new Photogenealogy course.
Part of our new Photogenealogy course with Ann Larkham.
Dating your family history photos is an important step in the photogenealogy process and can help you identify unknown people in the photos. This talk will provide a step-by-step strategy that will help you to estimate the date a photo was taken. Important clues to look out for will be highlighted and useful resources will be discussed. Putting a name to a face and a face to a name is one of the most rewarding parts of photogenealogy.
Can't make this time? Book anyway as this talk will be recorded and available to watch for 2 weeks.
About the speaker: Ann Larkham’s career started in television, moved on to science communication and now is rooted in the emerging field of photogenealogy. Throughout this time, Ann has researched her family history and been a lifelong learner, achieving a BSc(Hons) and MPhil degrees in Ecology, and a PGCert in Genealogy from the University of Strathclyde. Several of Ann’s articles have been published in Family Tree Magazine including a recent 6-part series about photogenealogy. Ann plans to offer photogenealogy services and to write a photogenealogy book with the aim of helping others find the joy in their family history photos. For more information, please visit: https://www.photogenealogy.co.uk/
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