I wanted to share some blog posts that might be helpful if you are looking for something to do around your family photos.
Picking your favorite pictures for a photo book or album can be a blast – but also quite overwhelming! Photo books are a great way to showcase pictures from a documentary baby or family session, and there are a few things I like to keep in mind when I put them together.
Maybe the whole family can join in on the fun of picking photos for a book?
I get asked for print and frame size recommendations a lot by photography clients, so I took a moment (or seven) to research what looks good to me. As I see it, the size of prints and frames depends largely on how you use the photos!
Photographs mounted onto a black or whiteboard are a nice and sleek alternative to canvas prints – and I have a step-by-step guide to hanging them here.
Marie Kondo’s principles aren’t really about minimalism. They’re about preserving the things that make you happy and letting go of the things that are distracting you from the good stuff – which makes organizing your things and being tidy easier. Maybe this modification could work for you?
Because I was VERY unorganized with my photos before I became a photographer, I thought there might be others out there who would like a better way to organize photos. So let’s get to the steps!
Once you get your hands on your photo books and prints, you should make sure that they last beyond your lifetime. Here are some tips from the labs that I use for prints and books.