Dot Krogh prepares to take off for a trip to Jamaica in summer 1968 aboard the Steuart Petroluem DC3, accompanied by her husband Paul, Leonard and Carol Steuart, and Buddy and Gaye Sommerville. Photo shared by @peterkrogh
In honor of this first of many collaborations with @peterkrogh, we’re giving y’all a sneak peek into his new book. LINK in PROFILE!
Get 10% off when you grab the book and use the promo code SFP. Just use the code SFP during the checkout process. Doesn’t expire, applies to any products in the shop.
You know that feeling you get when you meet someone who shares your passion, your wild ideas and your relentless commitment to a mission? That’s the BEST feeling! That’s why we’re thrilled to collaborate with @peterkrogh this week. He’ll be taking over our feed, sharing some incredible photos from his family archive.
Join us on this visual journey as we watch Peter’s mother Dot grow up, from a little girl in black and white to a dynamic woman who traveled the world with flying colors. These are all part of a larger scanning project going back more than 150 years. It includes prints, books, slides and negatives.
One of the reasons Peter has such stunning (and expertly-archived) family photos is that he wrote THE book on photo organizing. (Literally, he did!) Drawing on the principles used by museums and institutions, Peter’s newest book features a method for scanning with a digital camera that is within reach of millions, whether you’re a family historian, corporate collection manager, professional archivist, or avid photographer! #savefamilyphotos
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