If 2020 taught us anything, it’s the importance of friends and family.
As many of us find ourselves missing those we’re closest to, we can still surround ourselves with loved ones even when COVID-19 is keeping us apart. Enter the wonderful world of photos.
With so many people spending time at home, there hasn’t been a better time to get that photo project started (and hopefully finished).
Here’s how to tackle it in the six easy steps:
Step 1: Curate your photos
When starting a photo project, many would start by buying frames. But it’s easier to go through your photos first. Whether you’re scrolling through your phone or digging through boxes in the attic, finding the photos you want to display can be a daunting task.
Emily Dubin, senior director of innovation at Artifact Uprising, recommends highlighting favorite photos on your computer or phone as you go and deleting poorly lit or accidental photos to avoid accumulating too many. From there, she encourages people to organize themed albums based on occasions and create folders on your computer printing them.
“We have a saying that blurry is beautiful, meaning that sometimes the best photos are not the perfectly posed