Creating your Memories
I totally dig creating memories for people. It’s my job, it’s what I do.
Digital files are great, they really are. They will never hold up against a proper printed photograph for longevity. No one is going to comment on how wonderful your USB drive looks as it languishes forgotten in a dusty drawer or at the bottom of a box in your attic, no one will be looking through happy memories on a bricked hard drive on that laptop you threw away, and who has the time to go searching for a picture you uploaded to Facebook 5yrs ago.
Imagine doing that in 10-20yrs time and imagine how many pictures you’ll have uploaded in that time. Yup, my bet is you won’t have access to all of them either. If I’m wrong, so be it, but why run the risk with special memories.
Special memories deserve to last. They deserve to be looked at. They deserve to be printed properly so a future you and other generations can also enjoy them.
Photographs on display indoors are a daily reminder of a happy moment or special people, and albums last a lifetime when done properly.
People live forever in a photograph, so do better than relying on a digital file. Check out my ramblings in the short video over there and hear me out on this.