Friday morning history lesson: Back in the old days, cameras required film and flash cubes. Those 24 mysterious frames would be processed by a person dressed like a hygienist and to wrap this lesson up quickly, those prints are likely now sitting in a box somewhere in a closet along with some disregarded fitness equipment and off-season scented candles. Basic math tells us that decades of taking pictures times “X” number of rolls @ 24 or 36 frames each + Polaroids = a big box of family photos which deserve to see the light of day and be preserved but it’s too overwhelming a task to tackle. So here’s the plan, drop me a line, we can work together to sort through these photos, edit them down, put them in some cohesive, chronological order, and I will scan them and design an album of all your most important family photos. Sound good? This doesn’t have to be scary. We’ve got this!