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December 12, 2003 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-12

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GIFT GUIDE

Pam Cooper, of Creative
Memories, created this scrapbook
for her mother, Lolly Friedman
of Northville.

It's A Snap

Take your photos from chaos to order
with some help from the experts.

BY BETH D'ADDONO FEATUREWELL.COM

ome on, 'fess up. You
have a shopping bag
or shoebox full of
photographs sitting
in a closet or on a basement shelf in
your home. Snapshots may be in the
original processing envelope, or just
gathering dust — a school picture
of you at age 6 next to a shot of
your mother-in-law on her honey-
moon next to a picture of Aunt
Fannie at last year's Passover Seder.
So, if your photographs have gotten
the best of you, read on. The
experts can help.
First, a caveat: We're talking about
old pictures here, as well as ongoing
prints from a trusty point and shoot
35 mm. If you've gone digital, then
hopefully you're using a program
like PhotoParade 4.0, a terrific way
' ed
to create slide shows, them

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