In celebration of National Mental Health Month and National Photography Month in May, Vivid-Pix is showcasing the healing power of photos and Vivid-Pix RESTORE photo restoration software to enhance “Reminiscence Therapy.” To support those who are battling with COVID-19 quarantine stress, loneliness and isolation, Vivid-Pix will be hosting Mental Health Month and Photography Month classes and specials throughout May.
These free and low-cost classes include dementia, Alzheimer’s, photo organization, photo restoration, and genealogy — available at: www.vivid-pix.com/education. In addition, during the month of May, a 20% discount is available on Vivid-Pix RESTORE software when using this special offer: www.vivid-pix.com/reminisce.
They will also offer fee-based classes that are streamed live, recorded, and posted to Vimeo for $1.99 (30-day rental). Recordings will be uploaded within one or two days after live events. Vivid-Pix’s online Genealogy Classes are held at 8 PM ET at: https://vivid-pix.com/education and are also available on demand. The schedule can be found below:
Vivid-Pix Upcoming Photography/Genealogy Shows:
- 5/1/2020 Katherine Schober- German Church Records
- 5/5/2020 Kirsty Gray- British Genealogy
- 5/8/2020 Diahan Southard- 3 Tips For Your DNA Test
- 5/12/2020 Peggy Lauritzen- Migration Trails to Ohio
- 5/15/2020 Amie Tennant- State Census Records
- 5/19/2020 Rick Voight- Restoring Old Photos and Documents
- 5/22/2020 Maureen Taylor- Photo Organization
Previous Vivid-Pix/Education April Shows Available for Streaming:
- Katherine Willson- Genealogy on Facebook
- Dear Myrtle- Zoom Conferencing
- Judy Russell- The Law and a Reasonably Exhaustive Search
- Kenyatta Berry- African American Genealogy
- Miya Jensen- Polynesian and Pacific Isles Genealogy
- David Ryan- Irish Genealogy
- Blaine Bettinger- Genetic Genealogy
- Rich Venezia- Immigration Records
The one-stop solution for family historians, genealogists and hobbyists, Vivid-Pix RESTORE patented artificial intelligence software automatically restores old, faded sepia, black and white, and color photographs and documents and provides image organization, editing, and searchable IPTC and EXIF compliant metadata tagging. The U.S. Patent Office has awarded a patent to Vivid-Pix for its image processing techniques used to automatically correct faded images.
For more information, see the website at: https://vivid-pix.com/.
Source: VIVID PIX