Tom provided much useful information on scanners and using Photoshop (and Photoshop Elements) for creating better photos for your genealogy and family history projects. I was pleased to be able to get a copy of his book, "Make your photos really ZING!" I want to use my PhotoShop software more effectively. I think this will really help me.
Then, I took a photo of Diana Ritchie
and, I visited with the ladies from the Jackson County Genealogical Society.
The next class was "Family Search's Research Wiki, Forums & Blogs," with Tom Peterson from Family Search.
I was especially interested to learn how the Research Wiki worked. I came away with good ideas, and also inspired to possibly helping out sometime with indexing and some other Community Projects that he stressed during his presentation.
I'll share some more observations on the Midwest Family History Expo tomorrow.