A Kindle eBookAn all new book: More than 30 original photographs and drawings illustrate tips and tricks. Available for Kindle and the Kindle app on your iPad, PC, Mac, and other tablets.
Chapters Include:1 – Document the Cemetery
2 – Using Google Earth
3 – Time of Day & the Sun
4 – Taking the Picture
5 – In-Ground Markers
6 – Internet Sites
7 – To Clean or Not to Clean
App A – Medallions & Insignia
App B – Simple Reflector Card
How to BuyAmazon.com
Rewarding Cemetery Research
Overcome Tricky Lighting and Gravestone ChallengesEveryone knows good lighting is key to most photos. Unfortunately you do not have control over lighting in a cemetery - until now. I will show you how. Also, there are many ways to document your cemetery research, including location tagging with GPS, and posting information on gravesite databases. Learn the basics of using Find A Grave and Billion Graves in Gravestone Photography and Documentation.
Free Cemetery Documentation Form
Download a Free PDF form.This handy Cemetery and Gravestone Form will help you remember what to document during cemetery research trips. Use it as a checklist of things to look for and record. It is available as a PDF; and Word file that you can modify if you wish.
The Illustrated Home Archivist Series
Archival techniques for your documents, photos, and heirlooms.Gravestone Photography and Documentation is the second in a series of illustrated works on every aspect of your home and historical archival needs. It joins the recently released Archive Photographybook.
The Illustrated Home Archivist series of books contain up-to-date information, original writing, tested and proven archival techniques, and are illustrated with professional step-by-step photographs and drawings to help solve your most challenging archival tasks.
Find Gravestone Photography on Amazon.com and through PhotoTree.com
The trusted expert in vintage photographs, restoration, and preservation.The acclaimed KwikGuide series of books from Gary W. Clark at PhotoTree.com have helped many genealogists and historians solve photograph mysteries and digitally restore their priceless images. Now the same quality of information is brought to the archival needs of valuable documents, photographs, and heirlooms.