Family History Challenge #3 Print your photos {Documentary real life photographer | Tampa, FL}

Photos displayDisplay for family photographsHere is the latest way I am displaying my favorite photos in my house. I love that I can change out what my favorite images are super easy.

How often do you print your pictures, either from your cell phone or your professional photos? Seriously think about it. When was the last time you hung images on your wall, updated your box of memories or put together an album? I get it, we are all busy and if you are anything like me you have loads of pictures of your children. 

So here is my final challenge for October's family history month.

Tell me when the last time you printed your memories was and tell me your favorite way to display your images. That's it, super simple. 

Here is my latest photograph display project. It is not totally done. I need to add some more images, and some pretty things in the boxes. I want to make an unbound album to display on the frame holder. Like most projects in my house, it is a work in progress. 

  Photos displayDisplay for family photographsHere is the latest way I am displaying my favorite photos in my house. I love that I can change out what my favorite images are super easy. Photos displayDisplay for family photographsHere is the latest way I am displaying my favorite photos in my house. I love that I can change out what my favorite images are super easy.

This morning I saw this fabulous idea on the travel channel for those of you that travel or maybe have family in lots of different states! A way to make a map out of our pictures, so awesome! I also have this great pinterest board with many new and different ideas to display your memories. I am still a fan of a big box of photos, something to rifle through with my grandchildren some day. 

Here is my last story about memories. I recently attended a memorial service for a friend of my husbands. Everyone sat around a table looking through old pictures. Each picture had a story, it a memory. None of the pictures were were taken at Olan Mills, none on a couch in a field, they were all real moments. They were all memories that lived on and were being passed down to family. Those images made up his story. What's your story? 

Tampa Bay documentary photographer What's Your Story?Preserving your memories through photography. I am a real life photographer here in the Tampa Bay Area.

Send me your stories for one entry for a starbucks card and another entry for a grand prize family traditions session. Make sure you also take Challenge #1 and Challenge #2 for your entry for the free session! 

 

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