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In this digital age, I feel like so much of our lives are stored on our computers and shared online. Which is fantastic, I mean, I absolutely love technology and social media! It keeps us all connected and in touch with each other's lives, when we might not otherwise have an opportunity to do so.
It's very important to me as a person, a photographer, but most of all, as a Mother, to preserve memories for myself and my family. To have not only digital images, but physical & tangible prints and pictures to show my kids. Things that they can look at and reminisce about, and things that they can keep and someday, pass down to their kids.
Every year, I have gotten into a tradition of order a photobook, which I absolutely love. But recently, I discovered an app called timeshel. It allows me to to take images from my phone, and easily turn them into beautiful, high quality prints, every single month. So throughout the month, all I have to do, upload my photos to my "story" in the timeshel app on my iPhone. Then at the end of the month, they print my story and sent it directly to me!
The timeshel experience is a subscription based service, and offers the flexibility of two tiers of service to meet your printing needs. $5.95/mo for 10 prints delivered in a nifty envelope. Or $14.95/mo for 30 prints, delivered to you in the timeshel container. It's seriously so easy and painless, there's almost no excuse not to do it. ;-)
*timeshel is available is currently only available for iOs in the Apple store.
Being a photographer, I'll be honest and say that I'm very picky about my prints. It's important to me to make sure that the integrity of my photos is being upheld by the quality of prints I receive. So I was so pleasantly surprised at just how gorgeous and top notch the timeshel prints are. And the awesome presentation of them in the shel container was just the cherry on top. Plus, my son loves to play with it, so there's another added bonus. ;-)
The timeshel prints are definitely worthy of being hung in my house, and in fact, it would almost be an injustice not to display them. So I decided to create a hanging picture collage for Bennett's room. Something that we can easily change out the photos as we make new memories.
I simply hung some twine across his wall shelf, then used small clothes pins to display the timeshel prints. He loved the pictures so much, he's already taken them down to show anyone that will look at them. lol. But I quickly hung new prints up, and so far, he has left these ones up for display. ;-)
I really really love how this little addition has added character, and memories to his bedroom. It was just the perfect touch. What do you think?? I think I'm going to do the same thing in my office!
How do you preserve & display your memories?