Since 1999 we have been serving the genealogy community by scanning photos on site at conventions and monthly Genealogy Society meetings. (This photo was taken at the GenTech our first Convention in 2000.) This service has been of great value to genealogist and society members who do not have access to scanners and do not want to use the US Postal service or leave their photos with any chain photo lab.
The following are just a few of many societies that have invited us to make presentations to their members and are clients as well. Your welcome to e-mail them for their opinion of our service or call them for information on becoming a member of their group.
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Genealogy Societies References:
Chula Vista Genealogical Society
If you are interested in joining their group you may want to visit their website or contact the president, Randy Seaver, or Connie Ottinger directly. They meet at the At Chula Vista Civic Center Library, 365 F Street Their motto is "We Dig Our Ancestors"
Whether it is going to lunch with all the members of a society or with the Program Chair or President, lunch after a presentation is always greatly appreciated. In 2006 we gave a presentation on Image Editing in 1900s costume and this year we were invited again to present Photo Dating dressed in 1950s.
A 1950s costume would not be complete without an authentic background, see special effects/joining two photographs.
Chula Vista Genealogical Society gave me a certificate of Appreciation!
Thank you! that was so thoughtful and appreciated.
Located in northern Los Angeles County, California, in the western portion of the Mojave Desert.
Contact: Chair Person, Helen Mendler
President: Shirley Harrington.
Helen Mendler and Claire Santos-Daigle of Photos Made Perfect
The Antique Club Huntington Beach contact: Program Chair, Leah Weis 949-472-3736
Presentation on "Photo Dating"
Contact: Leo Meyers
Michael J. Daigle (speaker, Photos Made Perfect)
Photos Made Perfect has been at SCGS's Annual Jamboree since 2000 Bring your photos to be scanned on site!
Contact: Doug Miller
(former President of SCGS, French-Canadian genealogist. See here on the right)
Contact: Davenia Cray
Diego Genealogical Society (Family History Fair 2000)
President Betty Lusk in white
with Davenia Cray from SDGS.
San Diego Colony of Mayflower Descendants Feb 2005
D. A. R.
Donna P. Derrick, President of the Daughter's of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonist, Torrey Pines Chapter San Diego. Call 619-223-0350 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Lola Lawson, Vice President 760-945-7915
P.O. Box 2557
Riverside, CA 92516-2557
Annual Fall Craft Fair
Wild West Bonita Festival,
Bonita California Sept 29, 2007.
Every year I dress in period clothing and this year it was 1930s.Photos Made Perfect proudly participates in local community fairs! If you were there, look at some of the great photos we took, there are more. If you remember me taking your photo or you are in one of these... give us a call. 619-397-7600
Widows of Winchester, last year they were the wild west women.(see photos from last year further down)
Escondido Sheriffs, looking good
Image Editing Consultant
Always a work in progress, please visit often. We apologist for any long periods between entries some times medical issues prevail.