I follow a number of photographers on Instagram and there is a theme with the content of the photos. They are all in essence very REAL - they most certainly are very beautiful, being taken artfully by amazing creatives but the images are also very raw and real. On the flip side I do also love a good staged flat lay... funny isn't it what appeals to different aspects of our personality. I think the real raw ones appeal to the mum in me and the flat lay's to the organised business woman. Today I am sharing some of my favourite real Instagram profiles
I've recently been working on a photo book project for my mum for her 70th birthday which we celebrated late last month - Happy Birthday Mum! Today I wanted to give you a little peak inside that book and also go into a bit of detail about WHY we love Momento so much.
Recently we took the kids to an event called Obstacool as a family fun day out. Given it had been raining solidly for over a week I knew it was going to be a very muddy affair. With this in mind I decided to take our point and shoot camera (with a wrist strap) instead of juggling my phone for photos. If I am honest with myself I didn’t want to put my phone at risk of damage and determined that the camera could take one for the team if damages were to occur.
You know the ones........... (thanks for sharing these ones Jo, Kris and Kintara)
Personally I LOVE them, they are so REAL!
There are two reasons we encourage you to buy the cringing, crying, wriggling, unhappy photo of the kids with Santa.
We talk all the time about protecting your photos by backing them up but today we want to talk about the story that goes with your photos and how by getting and keeping your photos organised, you can inject some STORYTELLING into your photo collection.