There we were in the break room–four dads with smartphones and no idea how many pictures to save or share.
Really–between the blind trust in “the cloud” and the tried-and-true collection of SD cards and external hard drives, none of us knew exactly what to do with the 10,000 pictures of our kids–you know, the ones that aren’t shared on Facebook and Instagram.
And yes, we’re too old for Snapchat.
The solution? Canvas printing. Start a collection the way we used to do–filling the walls and shelves with the best pics. Only this time, we’ll also do it on canvas and only use the best design software.
The hallways? Done. CanvasChamp has the best quality for integrating old and new photos as well as easy design features and great customer support. College pictures? Meet the wall again on durable canvas. Wedding pictures? Four pictures or more–in one–on the wall, forever (just like us).
And instead of small, 3” x 5” framed pictures for the kids or wife, I’ll order small, durable canvas prints that will last through room changes, moving, and painting and repainting the rooms.
And my Father’s Day gifts need updating–the old, faded pictures on my wall at work (yes, the ones that look like the disappearing photo from Back to the Future) could use a bit of consolidation and the perfect filter. Thankfully, a home decor company like CanvasChamp can make high-quality canvas prints that last longer than my grey printer-quality photos pulled from Facebook.
The walls of our house are the best place to keep our newly canvas prints photos, I’ve decided. Online sharing pales in comparison to seeing our memories come to life again. Social media and hard drives are one thing, but I’d rather stare at all the beautiful pictures of my family while walking up the stairs or sipping my morning tea.
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