We are thrilled to introduce you to one of the dynamic speakers teaching at our 2016 Family History Conference in Dallas Texas on October 28-30! Registration opened September 1st...grab your spot now!
About the Speaker
Tony Hanson recently retired following a 32 year career with AT&T. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Telecommunications. He has been involved in Genealogy for 17 years, focusing mainly on his mother’s German branch his father’s Norwegian ancestors. He is also an avid amateur photographer.
He has been active in the Dallas Genealogical Society as the leader of their Technology Special Interest Group, Vice President of Education, Webmaster and was recently reelected as President. The web site he managed has won several first place awards in the Texas State Genealogical Society’s ‘Partner Society Website Design’ annual competition. In addition, Tony was recognized as the ‘Volunteer of the Year’ by the Dallas Genealogical Society in 2010 and by the Texas State Genealogical Society in 2015.
Understanding Digital Images
Most genealogist now encounter digital images on a routine basis. Yet most of us don’t know how a JPEG file differs from a TIFF file and whether or not that difference is important. This presentation will provide you with a basic understanding of how images are digitized and will familiarize you with some of the fundamental characteristics of digital image files. This knowledge will allow you to make informed decisions when acquiring and working with digitally formatted images from any source.
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