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Creative ways to use your photos

I love to take photos! Specially to find small details from nature. But like most things this includes a problem. What to do with all those photos! Time of film cameras, photos were more rare and more often made as print copies. Well, then you didn't even saw the photo, before you took the film to shop and had it done. You had to pay from every photo, so it really made you to think, before taking any pictures. But now you don't have any limits. I keep saying that, secret of my best photos is that I just take enough of those, so at least one will be good. I have saved nature pictures almost 1000 at the moment, so it's clear that I can't print all of them. Or if I'd do it, it would be too much to put on sight.




I have photo albums collected from printed photos. I mostly like to do that with wedding photos or about some other specific situation. I add invitations and all that type things, that I want to save. I write notes and and stickers, tape, flowers... Old school crafting. I also have printed albums, ordered from online. It's made really easy to do, even for beginners, to do really good looking books and with reasonable price. The fact is, you don't see those photos that much often, then those that are on your computer. You look those when they are fresh and at random occasional situations.

I have photos on my fridge's door, on frames in bookshelf, bigger pictures in frames on wall. Any of those isn't that creative. Nowadays is many online stores, from where you can order printed copies and albums. They've went so much longer with their selection about what you can order. I have stickers made of mine and I like to use those with my work orders. I made a cutting board from chive flower photo to cook friend. I've had calendars, printed canvases... I can't even think what all! I like over all to give self made gifts and use my photos to those. No one have too much extra space, so a card or  maybe playing cards with printed photo, can be working idea. Options are endless.




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