Welcome to part 3 of 3 in a photography series here at She Lives Free – this one’s going to be short and sweet to keep it user friendly for all ages and stages 🙂
Be sure to check out part 1 and part 2 in this photography series – we had fantastic guests sharing an intro to photography and macro photography tips to help you learn to take amazing photos with confidence!
Here you’ll find four basic steps for editing and storing your photos you’ve learned to take in the first two installments of this series. No matter your experience level, the information shared today should meet you right where you’re at so you can get started today!
Take A Class
Edit Your Photos
Try your hand at photo editing with free tools from Creative Market, Canva, or PicMonkey. All are user friendly and perfect for beginners! All of the images I have created for this blog were done in PicMonkey though I have heard lots of good things about Canva and am planning to give it a try as well!
Send Off Your Photos
Your local drug store may have quality prints, but there are often even better deals to be found online. Check out sites like Tiny Prints, Shutterfly and more to send off your photos for printing. You can score a great deal with prints or photo books to preserve your memories. Some of my favorites include these two offers: Enjoy 50 Free Prints from Shutterfly. Join Now. or Photobooks by Tiny Prints.
Store Your Photos
You have two great options to store your photos these days – digital or physical storage. Dropbox and iPhoto are my personal digital storage go-tos. There are so many more out there as well like Picasa, Flickr, Photobucket, and more.
It seems there are now three main ways to archive your photo memories outside of the old throw-em-in-a-box-method. Many people use photo albums, scrapbooks, and a hybrid of the two known as Project Life (although there are many similar styles to Project Life).
Look for a post here soon on how to get started with Project Life! I love it because it’s super simple, streamlined fun and just so effective at serving it’s purpose 😉
For More Photo Tips:
- What to Wear for Family Pictures
- Tips for a Successful and Stress Free Family Photo Session
- Tips for Toddler Photos
- Photographing Outdoor Play
- 5 Steps for Rocking Outdoor Photos of Your Kids
- How to Take Fantastic Family Photos on a Budget