We are about more than helping you tell your stories through photos and preserving your cherished memories. At Snap Shot Solutions, we also take great pride in teaching our customers how to organize their photos and ensure they are properly stored and safe for years to come. This is why we offer photo organizing courses.

Course description:

If you have photos buried deep in your computer and scattered across your devices this workshop is for you. Learn to bring all your precious photos and the stories that come with them back into your life so they can be shared, enjoyed and preserved for your family and generations to come. With the instruction of a Certified Photo Organizer, you will learn: how to find your photos, solutions to remove all the duplicates, sort and rename all the photos to something that makes sense to you, edit series of photos (select best photo of series) and then tag your cleaned up version of your photo collection for easy searching. An understanding of basic computer skills is required. This course is designed for Windows based computers (not suitable for Mac). Classes for the Spring 2018 semester are Monday, February 5 and Monday, April 9.

Are you moving to a smaller home? Are you left with the daunting task of dealing with all the family photos and movies after the loss of a loved one? Daina Makinson, Personal Family Photo Historian, will talk about what you can do with all those old family photos, films and tapes. Including how to: organize the prints and preserve them digitally; identify the unknown details about the photos; as well as remove those stubborn photos stuck in the bulky family albums. Classes for the Spring 2018 semester are Monday, March 5 and Monday, June 11.

Learn how to create a do-it-yourself photobook online in this hands on workshop instructed by Certified Photo Organizer Daina Makinson. Bring your laptop and at least 50 digital photos and get started on bringing your photos back into your life to enjoy and share. Cost of photo book extra. An understanding of basic computer skills is required. Classes for the Spring 2018 semester are Monday, February 26 and Monday, May 28.

Find out more on PAGE 20/21 of the Spring 2018 Course Guide:

Guelph Course Guide Spring 2018