By the Castro Valley Library
When cameras used film and photographs were delivered in hardcopy form, considering how to preserve them was a simple matter. Today, with so many people storing pictures on their cameras and cell phones, preserving those images is all too often an afterthought. The potential of losing the entire photographic history of a young family is a possibility realized far too often.
We’ll go over the modern-day challenges and provide options and solutions to this new and very vulnerable medium for documenting life’s important moments. We cover types of storage, cataloging, and organizing your images, backup and archiving, cloud storage options, printing, creating books and many other methods of preserving images on something not dependent upon any technology or device.
The workshop, held at the Sept. 11 from 6 to 8 p.m., will be conducted by local photography professionals James Adams, owner of Exclusive Productions, and Russell Foote, owner of Russell Foote Photography.
No registration is required for this free program. For more information call the Library Information Desk at 510-667-7900.
The Castro Valley Library is a branch of the Alameda County Library system. The Library is located at 3600 Norbridge Avenue and is wheel chair accessible. For more information, call the Library at 510-667-7900. An ASL interpreter will be provided with ten days notice.