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LET’S GET PRINTING

LET’S GET PRINTING

Summer is full swing… and we have a few adventures under our belts already and I figure if I’m to stay on top of my summer collaboration of #printingmyphotos with Susie – I should be printing regularly after each chapter of the holidays.

Our first weekend was – An annual family camp up with various friends and then a day festival in London – Citadel Festival.

One of reasons behind the printing project is that I take tons of photos on my DSLR and iPhone. But sometimes my personal photos get forgotten and only organised and edited when I want to share them… but not all the photos I take are for sharing, most are just for us… Our story.

I’ve found getting them ready for printing is a great way of staying on top of the organisation. Usually I try to print once a month, but for this summer #printingmyphotos project, I’m going to try and print every couple of weeks or as I mentioned after each adventure.

So far I’ve edited my latest photos and created a folder in my external hard drive called “This summer I’m Printing My Photos” – I like this call to action – committing to print my photos…

I’m not a printing expert, I don’t know a lot about quality of paper and colour grades. I’ve just found a couple of places that work for me. It’s about getting the images off my computer and into my hand in the easiest way.

My favourite place to print personal photos is Snapfish – cheap and cheerful especially if they have a special offer on – sometimes 50% off or 1p a print. The colours are good enough and they offer matt finish which I prefer and a white border, although it does crop into your photo.

For my client photos and special prints I love Loxley Colour. It’s a pro lab so you need to register with them, but I love the colours. They are more expensive but worth it.  Plus, you can print in any size and add borders without cropping the image.

I’d love to try some more printing places during this project – so do let me know your favourites… Plus, I’d love to upgrade my printer and even print at home – I’ll keep you posted with any discoveries made…

Have you started printing your summer photos? I’d love to see them – share a link below or use the hashtag on Instagram – #printingmyphotos

All photos taken on Canon EOS 5DM3

 

 

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