Hosting a holiday party or looking for help with how to make your gathering memorable? Try a photo scavenger hunt. It's a great way to incorporate memories from past events and create new memories from this event.Read Full Story
Childhood passes so quickly. I am forever taking photos of my children to capture the smallest moments of their childhood. One of my favorite photographers, Alison Bickel, inspires me daily through her amazing shots of her children. When I invited her to share some tips with us, she offered up these great suggestions:Read Full Story
How many photos will you take this summer? A lot? Not too many? They're probably wonderful, both as images and as a reminder of summer fun. They're probably still in your camera or on you computer -- you know they are. All of us have, from time to time been known to get a little lax with the photos we take. We'll get to them later, we say. But do we?Read Full Story
If you've got a drawer that's full of photos and other mementos, it's time to get them out of hiding and up onto the wall so that you can enjoy them on a daily basis. Most people collect photos, souvenirs and other mementos, but rarely do they receive the display space in the home that they truly deserve. By selecting one wall in your home to display these treasures, you can use them as interesting home decor while reliving your memories of past events at the same time. Here are some tips you can use to create a memento wall display area in your own home.Read Full Story
Figuring out certain aspects of your family tree can seem like a real puzzle, especially when any photographs you have aren't labeled and lack any obvious clues (like a calendar, a dated vehicle registration sticker or a street sign). But when you do manage to fit a few of the pieces together, just like a real puzzle, the whole picture becomes clearer. Here's a look at how one real-life photographic mystery was solved!Read Full Story
Have you selected the Christmas outfits yet? Are you going with all red this year for the family? Or perhaps you've taken an alternative approach and are going with pale mint green and white. Whatever the case, if you want your Christmas photos to be merry, here are a few tips from the experts.Read Full Story
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