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How To Efficiently Archive Treasured Photos

February 23, 2010 • By

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Treasured Photos

You’ve just begun to reminiscence about the trip that you took to Paris ten years ago, so you reach for your old photo album and before you can say Voila!, the photos begin to fall aimlessly to the floor.  You reach down and attempt to remember in what order each picture was arranged, but even if you could, the yellowing plastic from the now de-magnetized album has seen better days.

So, how do you keep all of your memories from becoming a jumbled mess? Photo Books! This updated version of the scrapbook is quickly becoming the archival method of choice for those seeking to protect and preserve precious memories.

Photo Books!

Creating one is as simple as collecting all of your digital photos, uploading them to an online print shop, arranging them in a manner you desire and choosing various backgrounds, layouts and font colors to design your book. Once you have completed your book, the online print shop will print them on quality photo paper, bind and then ship the finished product back to you.

Photo books can be used for practically any occasion, not just as a way to show off your latest travel pics.   Whether you want to commemorate a child’s birth, a graduation, anniversary or simply send it as a gift for doting grandparents, you can’t go wrong.READ MORE


Travel Advice

Souvenirs – A Visual Roadmap of Your Vacation

August 7, 2009 • By

When I travel, I am a firm believer of collecting souvenirs of my journey along the way and it doesn’t matter if you were in an exotic locale or backpacking in Yellowstone Park.  It’s my way of recalling what made the trip special in the first place.

The only caveat is that the souvenir doesn’t have to be extravagant, just special to you. It should allow you to reminisce about the things you did, the people you saw and the way that part of the globe made you feel.

Of course, the most obvious is digital pictures or videos taken by your camcorders. That is the surest way to capture special moments that you can store lovingly in a menagerie of colorful photo albums or archive in your video library. If you bring nothing else on your trip, this is a must in order to collect souvenirs.

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