Memories on Prints

November 26, 2015


Don't you miss spending an afternoon with family looking at old photographs? Well, I do. 

Prints are good conversational pieces. It can start a good "Remember this.. This was when.. " discussion among friends and family. Yes, I know. You'll all be like "But we can browse our laptops and Facebook albums for that". Here's my rebuttal for that- can you use your laptop or phone and continue conversing with people around you without being distracted by your friend's latest post or a funny YouTube video? My point is, not everything can be multi-tasked. 

So, like I've said, I love seeing photographs in their tangible form. It's like the final output- from shooting to developing then to printing. 

After organizing the negatives and their scanned copies, I thought of printing them. But of course, fund is always a consideration. So it remained as a plan. Until someone from a Facebook Group posted regarding a 70% of promo for 3Rs and 4Rs. 

Yesterday, I picked up these and organized them today. Organizing is fun, right? See, Monica Geller agreed. :)


Grouped by location
And of course- the Tags!




TA-DAAAA! 


Aside from the scanned negatives, I also have the Instagram photos printed.  


The Polaroid Style Photos and 4 x 4 prints are c/o Storytell Prints. The rest are printed by the local photo shops. 



There you go. 

P.S. There's this black CD box from Japan Store that has a perfect fit for 3R size photos. Just in case you're planing to store some as well. 

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  1. I was just thinking of finally getting my film photos printed out, the past few days (as a end of the year project). I've been getting ideas online on how I can put prints up on my wall, plus if I have to be true to this craft, I'd have to go all the way and print them out. I had a few printed out through an express photo printing service, but the colors have now faded, so I'm looking to get them printed via Fujifilm this time! I really turns out well! Btw, thanks for dropping by! Your photos look amazing! So postcard-worthy!

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  2. I was just thinking of finally getting my film photos printed out, the past few days (as an end of the year project). I've been getting ideas online on how I can put prints up on my wall. Plus, if I have to be true to this craft, I'd have to go all the way and print them out, right? I had a few printed out through an express photo printing service, but the colors have now faded, so I'm thinking of getting them printed via Fujifilm this time! I hope they all turn out well! Btw, thanks for dropping by! Your photos look amazing! So postcard-worthy! (sorry I had to repost! lots of typos on the previous one!) :)

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    1. Hi Mars! You may also try Photoline. Their silk prints are pretty decent,too. :) Thanks for dropping by as well :D

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