Custom Photography Stationery

How many photographs have you taken this month? This season? This year?  
With our modern DSLR cameras and smart phone cameras that number is in the triple digits even for amateurs!  So, what do you do with all of those moments captured? (This post  contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on links at no additional cost to you. I was compensated for this post. When I find a great product or service, I like to share my experience.)

I strive to do something new each month to share my photography outside the digital realm. You may have seen my photography tag books, storyboards, mini accordion books, or simple clothes pin frames here before. Each are fun to create! This month I decided to create a new set of custom photography stationery with Tiny Prints. I really love the way each card came out and the quality is amazing! The stationery cards are printed on a thick card stock base with a textured matte finish and they come in an adorable stationary box. Check out my tips below for creating your very own photography stationery set! 

    5 Tips for Creating Photography Stationery:

    1. Choose a theme for your stationery set. Travel, garden, color, seasons, and the beach are just a few examples of great themes for photography stationary.
    2. Select photographs or post process your photographs to exert the same vibrancy. You wouldn't want one dull card in the bunch.
    3. Mix it up - select a variety of landscape and portrait photographs for a unique appeal.
    4. Add greetings in Photoshop ahead of time over your photographs or in the designing process at Tiny Prints. It's so easy to add greetings during the design process and they have lots of fonts choices too! I chose to keep mine blank so they would fit any occasion. 
    5. Always do a quick preview to see that your photographs are framed in a pleasing manner if any cropping with occur during the printing. Especially, if your photograph includes an important travel icon, like the Eiffel Tower or the faces of your loved ones.

    If you have any tips for sharing your photos outside the digital realm, share in the comments below!




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