What's a Photo without the Story?
Discover why it is so important to tell the stories of our photos and how it can be beneficial not only to ourselves. The great thing is that you don’t have to write a book or a biography, you can start small and keep it simple. Hazel’s practical tips will help you along the way.
We love how Hazel offers us different approaches throughout the book such as things to do with
- low effort (do this if nothing else),
- medium effort (your family will thank you) or
- high effort (ask for help if you need it)
The book is meant to help people at all levels – you don’t have to be a photo organiser, writer or genealogist!
Buy the book from here: Amazon and keep an eye out for her next book: Go With the Flow! (The Clutter Flow Chart Workbook)
- Hazel’s Legacy Resource Roundup
- Hazel’s Photos & Memorabilia Resource Roundup
- Search for ‘family group sheets’
Hazel Thornton is the creator of The Clutter Flow Chart Collection and is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She combines her genealogy research skills and professional organizing experience to help clients tell the stories of their photos, families, and things. Her latest book is called What’s a Photo Without the Story? How to Create Your Family Legacy. Visit her online at www.org4life.com.
Also, if you have any photo-related questions we haven’t answered yet in one of the previous episodes, please don’t hesitate to share them with us via the Wishlist for Future Episodes!
- Episode 57: Story-jotting with Katie
- Episode 37: Exploring Genealogy with Caroline Guntur
- Episode 34: Storytelling with your Photos with Mara Morrison
We invite you to have a look through our DIY Photo Organising Courses so you can decide which of these courses might be what you need to help you move forward with your photo organising projects.
If you’d like to learn more about us, go to:
Fiona Staff’s website: www.photohelper.com.au or
Chantal Imbach’s website: www.photosinorder.com.au
If you are not in Melbourne and would like to exploring having a Photo Manager help you, check out www.thephotomanagers.com to find help closer to home.