As a Christmas slash end-of-year well-done-you present to myself, I finally gave my favourite photos from my American adventure a home, and I am in love!
It was always in the plan long before I embarked on my adventure (which, by the way you can read all about here) to create a beautiful album that I could keep forever. As a photographer, I’m a firm believer in print, and will advocate albums and wall-framing at any chance I get.
Five months following my return home however, my photos were still sitting on my hard drive, waiting to be appreciated in the tangible. (Because, work, life, wedding season, etcetera, etcetera.)
It wasn’t until I read some frightening statistics on hard drive failures, that I was jolted into a frenzy of abandoning all to get these photos into my hands. I practically chained myself to the desk until it was done.
Artifact Uprising’s layflat album range was an easy choice, with archival, dog-ear and tear-proof paper. But mostly, it was the Pacific Blue fabric cover and copper foiling that sold me!
I encourage you friends, print your photographs. It's the perfect way to display and store your memories, and when an album looks as good as this, it sure is some delicious coffee table candy.