Creating a Forget Me Not online memory book begins a powerful collaborative process. It brings your family and friends together in a private place to pool your memories into something that over time will build into a unique and precious celebration of your loved one's life.
Photographs, whilst not compulsory for your online memory book stories, stimulate all kinds of evocative memories. They will provide you a useful prompt to recall events and aid reminiscing.
It's easy to upload digital photographs onto the pages of your Forget Me Not book. Follow the "How it works" link from our homepage which shows you how to upload digital photos from your computer. http://pages.forgetmenotbook.com/tour
Of course you first need to have your photos stored on your computer. A Google search can help you find out how to download your digital photographs if you've misplaced your camera instructions. You Tube http://www.youtube.com is an alternative source of video information on how to do things. A simple search on "photo downloads" will result in a host of helpful "how to" videos.
Digital cameras haven't always been around and older photos will be on conventional photographic paper maybe with the old negatives. In this form they can only be enjoyed by one or a number of people who happen to be in the same place at the same time. Sharing these photos online is a powerful feature of Forget Me Not book . Some people will have photos that you never knew existed!
Scanning Old Photos
To share these evocative conventional photos will involve a little extra effort. They will need to be scanned onto your computer or device but the end results to your online memory book will be startling. If you are unsure about how go about scanning your old photos then here are a number of options you can use:
Everybody knows people in different ways and by recounting and sharing their own stories and photographs, snippets of some ones life form a rich and lasting collection of memories that family and friends can all enjoy.