Thinking about Christmas gifts? Here’s a great tip!

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5 Ways to Give Your Photography as a Gift
The best gift you could give your family and friends has been right under your nose this whole time!
Here are a few ideas for giving your photos in gifty ways.
1. USBs – Tiny & Reusable
This one’s perfect if you’re sharing lots of photos. If you don’t have photos to share from a particular get together, pile together photos of the two of you. Ahhh, memories! It’ll hit ‘em right in the heart.
We recommend something a step up from a plain USB drive, like the USB Film Roll or the Camera USB Drive. They’ll appreciate the thought, and they can reuse it!
2. Mailable Photos
You totally get that rush when you find snail mail with your name on it. You can give your friend 2x that rush by not only mailing them something, but making it a photo they’ll love, too.
You can always slap a stamp on a print, but to go the extra mile (it’s the holidays, afterall!), try something like Mailable Frames or Polaroid Postcards.
3. A Camera with Your Photos on It
This one gets brownie points because it’ll give them a chance to take their own photos! You can go two routes with this one: digital or film.
Since you can’t just plop any photo onto a film camera, you’ll need to get a little craftier. You can shoot a roll that spells out a message or photograph places you’ve been together.
The Ultra Wide & Slim 35mm camera is perf. for this because it’s affordable & lightweight.
These three mini digital cameras are affordable options if you’re not looking to get your friend a DSLR or a point-and-shoot: the Classic Mini Digital Camera, the Nanoblock Camera (rad for Lego lovers), and the Zumi Triple Plus.
4. Prints, Delivered in an Album or Photo Box
Curate a small gallery of your favorite photos as a gift! Instead of simply handing them over, place your bundle of prints in a photo box or album.
The box itself doesn’t have to be exclusively for photos. You can hand pick one or break out your DIY chops. You could even place the photos inside a rad camera case.
5. Hang-Ready Prints
You can have your prints made at a local lab or through an app like PostalPix, Prinstagram, Hipstamatic’s PrintLab along with others.
If you print your own at home or have some prints made and want to frame them, go for something fun and simple like the Woodnetic Frames or the Instant Photo Picture Frames.
See the full write-up!

Thinking about Christmas gifts? Here’s a great tip!

photojojo:

5 Ways to Give Your Photography as a Gift

The best gift you could give your family and friends has been right under your nose this whole time!

Here are a few ideas for giving your photos in gifty ways.

1. USBs – Tiny & Reusable

This one’s perfect if you’re sharing lots of photos. If you don’t have photos to share from a particular get together, pile together photos of the two of you. Ahhh, memories! It’ll hit ‘em right in the heart.

We recommend something a step up from a plain USB drive, like the USB Film Roll or the Camera USB Drive. They’ll appreciate the thought, and they can reuse it!

2. Mailable Photos

You totally get that rush when you find snail mail with your name on it. You can give your friend 2x that rush by not only mailing them something, but making it a photo they’ll love, too.

You can always slap a stamp on a print, but to go the extra mile (it’s the holidays, afterall!), try something like Mailable Frames or Polaroid Postcards.

3. A Camera with Your Photos on It

This one gets brownie points because it’ll give them a chance to take their own photos! You can go two routes with this one: digital or film.

Since you can’t just plop any photo onto a film camera, you’ll need to get a little craftier. You can shoot a roll that spells out a message or photograph places you’ve been together.

The Ultra Wide & Slim 35mm camera is perf. for this because it’s affordable & lightweight.

These three mini digital cameras are affordable options if you’re not looking to get your friend a DSLR or a point-and-shoot: the Classic Mini Digital Camera, the Nanoblock Camera (rad for Lego lovers), and the Zumi Triple Plus.

4. Prints, Delivered in an Album or Photo Box

Curate a small gallery of your favorite photos as a gift! Instead of simply handing them over, place your bundle of prints in a photo box or album.

The box itself doesn’t have to be exclusively for photos. You can hand pick one or break out your DIY chops. You could even place the photos inside a rad camera case.

5. Hang-Ready Prints

You can have your prints made at a local lab or through an app like PostalPixPrinstagram, Hipstamatic’s PrintLab along with others.

If you print your own at home or have some prints made and want to frame them, go for something fun and simple like the Woodnetic Frames or the Instant Photo Picture Frames.

See the full write-up!

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