An opportunity with Giclée Printing

Giclee print; watercolor created by Jim Buchan
Original watercolor created by Jim Buchan

Before I tell you my story…If you are not sure what giclée is; Giclée (pronounced “zhee clay“) printing is a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks and archival substrates to print on large format printers.  Giclée printing is often used by artists to make reproductions of their original two-dimensional artwork, photographs or computer-generated art for resale while preserving the original.

Restoring Wet/Damaged Photos after a Disaster

portrait of home after Oklahoma disaster
Source: NewsOn6 01/05/2016

Over the 2015 holidays Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas received massive amounts of rainfall causing flooding, in addition to snow and ice.  Many of the areas were also affected by tornadoes and earthquakes.  While I hope this devastation never happens to you or a loved one, here is some information from the National Disaster Photo Rescue organization that may help you.

Organizing Photos for the New Year

image reflecting digital organizationLike thousands of others, you’ve probably taken hundreds of photos over the last year and many more over the holidays.  But, are you organizing photos so you can find them easily in the future?    Here is some information on how I organize my digital photos to help you get started.