Making Your Photos Last

written by: Jeffery Jay Luhn

Is there a way to make your photos live for a century beyond your lifetime? What strategies can you pursue to motivate people to find, view and preserve your work? Creating important and accessible content is the first step in preserving your photographic legacy, but it may all be lost unless you build an enduring archive with both traditional and digital methods. My inspiration to archive and distribute photographs comes from the collections of Morton and Herbert Luhn, my grandfather and great uncle who started making personal photos and putting them into albums around 1907. By 1919 they had amassed Read more »