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printing pictures

IMG_0340In preparation for the arrival of our little one, I’ve made it my priority to have a clean slate when it came to photography. What I mean by this is that I have 5 years of pictures stored on my computer that I have yet to print and place in albums. I can happily say that after a few weeks, and hundreds of dollars later, I am almost caught up!

IMG_0881Now when our baby comes, I will only have to worry about printing off new memories. These will obviously focus solely on him or her.

IMG_1275One repercussion of revisiting old photographs is that one becomes completely nostalgic for the past. I find myself wishing almost daily that we could visit USA once again. Until we do, here is a fresh collection at never-before-seen holiday pictures.

IMG_0733IMG_1236This has been quite the task. I cannot wait to be finished!

IMG_0681Tell me, what do you do with your digital photographs?

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  1. I have photo albums, too! I have an album for 2012/2013, and then a yearly one after that. My parents had photo albums starting with the year I was born, but didn’t really show their lives before I was born, so it was really important to me to have albums from before my daughter was born. I think she’ll enjoy seeing that we had lives before she came around lol

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    • I think so as well! I always tried looking through my parent’s old albums, but my mum did too good of a job of hiding them. My grandparent’s pictures had to suffice.

      xx

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  2. I did the same last week- printed off all of my travelling photos and put them into an album. I’ve also put together two massive frames for our hallway with lots
    of pictures of us as a couple/family in so now we have hard copies of our most precious photos. Very satisfying! X

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  3. I wait for your direction re storing my photos. And most of them are so laughable that they are fodder for your bored days.

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    • You take good photos, you are just a harsh critic. I should print off our BC trips, put them in an album, and send them your way.

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  4. lissymail

     /  01/12/2016

    oh dear–my pictures are like my email inbox – – -archived, but not printed or sorted! rep! Love the idea of your project: straightening and organizing are some of my favorite things :) well done!

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    • It’s quite the job, but it’s more than worth it!

      Maybe you should just send all of your photos to your email? Then they’ll be safeguarded and really will be like your inbox! ;-)

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  5. Made copies of everything…just in case.

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    • I think that I’m even lazier about backing up my computer than printing out my photos. What usually happens is I’ll have thousands of pictures saved onto my laptop, then my laptop will crash, then someone from IT will put all of my photos on a disk, and I’ll have to get a new laptop. That’s usually the only time that they get “backed up.”

      Good for you for making copies!

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