Photography

Most Recent Articles
Trying to identify those mystery photos? Follow these tips when examining family pictures for clues to faces, places and dates.
Read more »
What are the laws concerning copyright and antique photos?
Read more »
Just because many of your ancestors lived before the invention of photography doesn't mean there are no pictures of them. Start your search for portraits and descriptions of pre-photography ancestors with these six sources.
Read more »
The stories behind old "cased" images on metal and glass may lie in archives of paper.
Read more »
Our Photo Detective points out how props can provide clues in family photos.
Read more »
Is it OK to use photos you find online? We'll help clear up the confusion and keep you legal.
Read more »
Don't miss the potential photo finds in records such as those of state licensing boards.
Read more »
This month, the Archivist shows you how to protect your cherished digital photos and how to back them up properly.
Read more »
Two of the most popular photo editing and sharing programs out there, Google's Picasa and Microsoft's Windows Live Photo Gallery, are great tools for genealogists to organize digital images.
Read more »
Recent Blog Posts »
Recent Articles »

Free Genealogy Downloads



Genetic Genealogy Toolkit
In the Genetic Genealogy Toolkit, you’ll learn about the three major types of genetic genealogy tests—mitochondrial (mtDNA), Y-DNA and autosomal DNA (atDNA)—and what these tests can accomplish for your genealogy.
 
Only available in Feb., this collection has a retail value of $209.96, but is yours this month only for $69.99!


They're going fast - get yours today!
 

©  F+W All rights reserved.