by Adam Pratt
It's unfortunate if you have to deal with water damaged photos, but if you must, then this course is brilliant! It explains a thorough, practical, and methodical workflow for dealing with an urgent problem. Take this course today and be ready!
by Lynne Jeffreys
Enjoyed the information about restoring damaged photos. Lots to do but gave you a good understanding of the job needed to restore the photos.
by Theresa Wood
We more than very helpful!
by Lindsay Wessling
Thank you for the detail that you included in the course. It is a big job for sure. I hope that I am able to help a client with this situation, but it is one that I hope I don't have to do. Thanks again.
Helpful tips, especially when dealing with large collections that are damaged
by Brittany Smith
The course was useful and clear; especially useful when dealing with a large collection that is damaged.
It would have been nice if is was described how to use PEC-12 or Photoflo to clean photographic materials and preventing water spots upon drying and the use of HEPA filters in the area for personal protection, but also to increase airflow to the area and reduce the amount of dust in the workspace.
by Debbie Pasquini
This is a great resource. There was a lot of information in the videos, which were short and to the point.
by Sharon Marsh
I love old photos but like most folks have not done what I should to be sure they are cared for and organized. And since I live in hurricane country, I knew as I started organizing them, that I needed to have a better understanding of what would be entailed should they be damaged. This course was very helpful and a great introduction. I came away with a good understanding of the process and a clear understanding that the best way to preserve these memories is to scan and organize photos before any damage and those photos that are the most precious be stored where the chance of water damage is very minimal. Thank you Kathy.
Working with Damaged Photos Class
by Jodi Bondy
I was able to walk through the process with Kathy step by step and hope I am prepared if I ever have to do this.
Concise, precise, and invaluable
by Lisa Brueggemann
Kathy's course was tremendously helpful. Thank you for providing such precise direction.
In my 2 1/2 years as an organizer, I've not had an occasion to work with water-damaged photos, however, I have had countless occasions to remove photos stuck to the frames/glass where they have lived for unknown years. I've never had the courage to soak the stuck photos in water, but I now have the knowledge (and courage) to give it a try (of course after I've scanned it first!)
by Lisa Tanis
So detailed and full of great information! Thank you
Working With Damaged Photos
by Mollie Wasserman
Great Course! In about an hour, I learned so much that will not only help me in volunteering with disasters, but also provides a great knowledge base that I can offer clients that get flooded basements or leaky pipes. Thanks so much Kathy!
Thorough, informative, and engaging!
by Chelsey Young
This was an incredible - and timely! - course. Kathy's thorough base of knowledge is so evident in all the helpful tips and step-by-step instructions that she provides. It would never have occurred to me that you could freeze water-damaged photos to halt the damage until you can get to the point where you can attempt to salvage them! Genius. Thank you so much Kathy - I can't wait to re-watch and take extensive notes that I'm sure I'll be referencing soon.
Thorough, easy to follow instructions!
by Cathi Nelson
What a gift Kathy has provided for us! Especially her important, and timely information on protecting yourself from the mold and other health risks when dealing with flood waters. This course will give you the confidence and trust to restore your treasured family photos safely and correctly.
Water damaged photos? Fear no more!
by Lisa Kurtz
Kathy's expertise shines in this detailed course that carefully walks you through everything you need to know about working with water damaged photos. Don't wait until you need this material! Kathy shares some important safety precautions that everyone must take BEFORE they begin handling wet photos. This should be required viewing for EVERYONE!