Rivlins Posted February 14, 2021 Report Share Posted February 14, 2021 An elderly family member passed away suddenly late last year and left me with several hundred old photographs, slides, and negatives they'd taken, mostly of the Scalloway area, beginning in the 1950s and continuing up until the early 2000s. I have been busy scanning, and I am presently casting around trying to find a website which will let me upload them so that people can view them, and download them if they like. Facebook is all very well for the odd one or two images, but I would prefer some other solution so I can bulk upload and they can be organised and searhed through. The ideal thing would be something like Orkney's excellent "Orkney Image Library", but sadly we don't have anything close to it in Shetland. It has been suggested that I lend the collection to the Museum but I strongly object to the way they handle their Photo Archive, where you can only see small size version of images, half obliterated by an unsightly watermarks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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