As a professional photo organizer, I’ve noticed the opportunities for holiday photos have grown. As soon as Labor Day is over, it’s harvest time and pumpkin-spice everything. Halloween is now a month-long celebration instead of one night. Our neighborhood’s holiday street lights are already up. This expansion allows more time for picture taking, which can add to the inevitable photo overload many of us already feel. And then there’s the pressure of holiday shopping for the perfect gifts for everyone on your list.
- Scanning/digitizing prints, slides, negatives, and other types of old film formats
- Converting old media to digital
- Creating a centralized photo library hub (and a place for those newly-created holiday photos)
- A highlight video reel of the best moments spent together. This can be of a single year or span the course of several. A highlight video can also commemorate a special event.
- Do you have a lot of burst mode photos? These can be converted into gifs or video files (your series of still photos will come alive before your eyes)!
- Personalized tutoring sessions if you are a DIY type.