You've been meaning to digitize all those family photos for years. Now's the time—just follow our five steps.
Figuring out when a photo was taken is key to solving your picture puzzles. Decade by decade, we'll show you how hidden clues can help you date family photos.
Preserve those old, yellowed newspaper clippings and organize them into your own family news file.
Learn how to rescue and preserve your family photos for future generations.
It’s easy to recreate and share a family heirloom diary, album or series of letters—while keeping the original safe and sound.
Pinterest, the latest internet addiction, has genealogists everywhere sharing photos, records and research inspiration via online bulletin boards. Here’s how you can get in on the action.
Are your old pictures faded and creased? Undo the damage with our guide to fixing four common photo flaws.
The Bureau of Land Management’s General Office has digitized more than 5 million land patents and made them searchable. This edition of Document Detective will help you survey the land of patents for your genealogical benefit.
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.
Every picture tells a tale—sometimes you just have to tease it out. Here’s how my 10 best photo-identification tips helped solve your photo mysteries.