Get everyone involved in preserving your special memories together. Here are our top 10 tips to help you capture your travel memories:
Encourage everyone to take turns behind the lens so your pictures have a variety of perspectives (and everyone in the family makes it into a few of the photos.)
Use travel to bridge the generation gap. Capture grandparents, parents and kids enjoying time together.
Take pictures during your entire trip, from start to finish. Your family’s journey begins the moment you leave home, not when you get to your destination.
There is no such thing as wasting film anymore – just keep shooting! You never know which photos will best capture your vacation memories. Use your mobile phone while traveling to capture memories on the go
Going on vacation with extended family or a group? Set up a Shutterfly Share Site before you travel, so everyone can upload photos to one central location.
Capture your family’s experiences with the local culture. Ask a local resident to suggest family-friendly activities off the beaten path for unique pictures and memories.
Embrace the candid. Instead of planning your shots, take photos whenever and wherever inspiration strikes. Every picture, candid or not, tells a story.
Upload your photos while on-the-go to keep friends and family updated real-time with your adventures.
Ask everyone to create a “Top 10” list of words describing the trip. Use these words to guide the design and story line for your holiday card.
Showcase the personality and creativity of everyone in the family.
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