Creating videos with my 20k+ photos is a huge personal project. Today I managed to create the 50th-anniversary celebration of the Holy Martyrs Day School, HMADS, in Bayside, NY. I added the photos to video today, to our Bayside Digital.
Here is the link to our videos on Facebook. We will add more.
This encourages me to proceed, slowly but surely to tackle the huge digital mountain of photos. One of the most time-consuming issues is adding text on each and every photo, besides finding music to go along with it. However, the end result will be more useful. After a while, if someone, other than me is looking at them, will have some idea as to what the photo is all about.
How do you present your digitized photos? Let’s hear from you
We go about our everyday. We get active on Social Media. However, when we are no longer alive, what would happen to those accounts?
Facebook has a special page to decide about succession of your account – assign a legacy contact
Here is the details from the following page:
What is a legacy contact?
You might be wondering what that person is allowed to do and what he or she cannot do:
Your legacy contact can’t:
Log into your account
Remove or change past posts, photos and other things shared on your Timeline
Read messages you’ve sent to other friends
Remove any of your friends
Learn more about memorialization and how to add a legacy contact to your account.
If you’re a legacy contact, learn how to manage a memorialized profile.
Note: You must be 18 or older to select a legacy contact.