06 September 2021
As our thoughts turn to the autumn months, and the prospect of reconnecting with friends and family after the holidays, Family Tree takes a look at why you should consider restoring your precious genealogy documents and prints.
The changing of the seasons, looking forward to more time to spend on family history, and of course the beautiful autumn colours... this time of year has so much to enjoy and is traditionally when family historians get back to their hobby in earnest.
As 'back to school' season begins, many of us find our thoughts turning to our childhood, family memories and special gatherings.
To help you make the most of your precious family history originals, we take a look at what Vivid-Pix software can do to help you to enjoy your family history photographs, newspaper clippings and genealogy documents - without damaging your precious originals.
What is Vivid-Pix software?
Vivid-Pix offers simple and affordable software that easily allows you to restore your scanned prints, slides and documents in seconds. Sepia, black & white and colour photos can all be restored in seconds, giving you a high resolution image, with the option to have a file size that's perfect for sharing online.
Why restore your photos and documents?
As family historians, we treasure our original documents and photos - they are our history and the raw material of our family tree. But no matter how special these images and documents are, they can be difficult to share with other family members, not to mention the risk involve in transporting these originals around.
The software offered by Vivid-Pix allows you to:
- Restore your precious original documents and pictures - with step-by-step instructions
- Easily share the results with family and friends
- Be amazed by the clarity and detail of your restorations
- Crop and create your perfect image
Why not give it a try?
To celebrate the start of autumn, Vivid-Pix are giving Family Tree website visitors the perfect treat - a ten free fix trial. All you have to do is click here to get started - and then prepare to be amazed.