Vacation photos may be some of the best pictures you get of your family all year. Everyone is relaxed, happy and more than willing to ham it up for the camera. Later on, you’ll look at these photos and remember how much fun everyone was having. Rather than losing the images in the black hole that is your hard drive, organize and preserve them, so that you can look back on those happy moments time and again.
1. Create a Scrapbook Album
Unleash the artist within by creating a scrapbook album of your vacation images. You can make one from scratch, using stickers, decals or special markers to embellish your photos, or you can even create Scrapbook Pages online. Edit your photos and design your pages using a variety of templates and backgrounds. Then, print out the pages for your album.
2. Create a Digital Album
Use your Walgreens Photo online account to create an album of your vacation photos using your favorite pictures. The shot of your aunt floating down the lazy river in an inner tube might end up as your digital album cover. Or maybe it’s the one of your son in mid-air as he jumps off the side of the boat. Put your photos in chronological order to tell the story of your vacation, from the moment you left your house to the moment you returned, tanned and relaxed. You can share your digital album with friends and family directly from Walgreens.com/Photo.
3. Create a Photo Book
Once you have your images in order for your slide show, why not place them in a Photo Book? Choose a bright, bold photo for the cover, or simply place the same image that you used for your title slide. Show your family traveling and arriving at your destination, then place snapshots of all the best moments throughout your stay. Make sure you get an even number of shots of everyone, so your book will mean something to each family member. If extended family or friends joined you on your trip, print out a book for each person as a holiday gift to remember the good times.
Vacations are an important time for families, so make sure you capture all of those memories and present them in a way that you’ll want to revisit. How do you plan on remembering this summer’s vacation?
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Image source: Karen Putz