Explore the Vivid-Pix Fix to Restore Your Family Photos

Explore the Vivid-Pix Fix to Restore Your Family Photos

See why you should sign up for this free live webinar to explore the Vivid-Pix Restore software and learn what Vivid-Pix can do to improve your old family photos and documents.

Enjoy a Free Webinar

If you have family photos or old documents that you’d like to restore and improve, you’ll enjoy this free webinar sponsored by Vivid-Pix Restore, a program designed to bring your old photos and family documents to life with a few clicks.

Sign up for this FREE webinar to learn about Vivid-Pix RESTORE photo-editing software and meet with one of its founders, Rick Voight. You’ll hear from a number of genealogy and library experts to learn how genealogists like you can benefit from trying the Vivid-Pix Restore tool as well as see it in action. At the end of the hour, Rick will be happy to answer your questions.

When: October 16, 2018 at 7pm ET (6 Central, 5 Mt, 4 Pacific)

Registration is free, so come join us!

Vivid-Pix Restore for old photos and documents

This hour-long webinar will contain:

  • Interviews with:
  • Before and afters using Vivid-Pix Restore to improve old photos and documents
  • Demonstrations that show how you can transform your old photos easily
  • How you can export and use the old photos and documents in your genealogy
  • An opportunity to see the images you’ve submitted come to life during the live webinar
Behind the scenes for the webinar preparation
Get a sneak peek at Lisa and Kenyatta at the Vivid-Pix booth at FGS.

Want to see how it works on your photos? Submit your own photos to ftmedit@fwmedia.com by September 7th for a chance to see them featured in the webinar. By submitting these photos, you agree that you have the right to use and share the videos in a public forum.

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