I’ve written a lot about printed photo albums over the past few weeks. This week I’m sharing a few more ways to print and enjoy your favorite family pictures.
As a photographer and as a mother, I totally understand feeling attached to each photo you take. But, as is often the case, less is more. I have some tips here to help you through the process of selecting images for printing.
Your photos deserve to see the light of day in print, but it can be tricky to keep track of all the photos you take. This post provides some tips for keeping your digital images organized and easily accessible.
In last week’s post I talked briefly about using an online platform’s built-in templates to design a photo album. This week, I’m sharing more tips that will help you get the most out of your album, especially years from now, and some tips to simplify the design process.
Having a tangible photo album of your family pictures sounds wonderful. But what now? Where do you even start? You have so many pictures on your phone or computer—how do you put them together in a photo book in a way that makes sense? This post is an overview of how and where to create and print your first family photo album.
There’s something special about holding a photo album in your hands, turning the pages, and watching the years unfold. This post is the first in a series dedicated to creating family photo albums in this digital age. It may sound like an overwhelming task, especially if you don’t know where to start. This blog series is designed to help! I’m planning to cover everything from how to get organized, to how and where to create your family albums.
If you’re like a lot of people (myself included), your phone is full of pictures. Maybe you have pictures saved on your computer, too, or posted to Facebook or Instagram. How often do you actually sit down and take time to really enjoy those pictures? Pictures are meant to be seen. Whether you fill a […]