Vacation pictures. How do you take them? What equipment do I need? Where should I store them? Better yet, how can I display them? We’re going to give you some ideas for all of that on Episode 110 of the Family Vacationer.
We cover different cell phones noted for their cameras. iPhone 14 Pro to Google Pixel.
A list for ways to take better pictures with your camera phone.
- Rule of Thirds
- Don't forget the people!
- Not just for the gram
- Taking Video
Storage of Family Vacation Photos:
- External Drives. This is one that Rob uses: My Passport
- Photostick Omni
- Blurb, Mixbook, Mpix, and Shutterfly all give you the option of turning your vacation pictures into books.
- Zazzle and Photobarn offer some other ways to make keepsakes out of your vacation photos.
- We highly recommend the Skylight Photo Frame. You can email pictures straight to the frame!
Let us hear from you! How do you take, store, and display your family vacation photos? Let us know!
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The Family Vacationer
A podcast dedicated to families that travel. So many of our memories come from time spent with our family. We want to help you make the most of your family vacations. We do that by covering travel destinations, travel apps, and gadgets, and talk to travel experts for ways to make family travel less stressful. Who doesn't want that?
Meet the Hosts
Growing up, Rob Jones mainly traveled to Florida for vacation. Those family trips to Orlando and the Gulf Coast are cherished memories that influence him to this day. His entire professional career has involved travel. From working in the music business to event marketing, Rob has traveled to 46 states and five countries. Rob has been married to his wife, Traci, for 16 years and they love to travel with their three children: Ruthie, Nash, and Chase.
Dr. Danny Evans is a 23-year veteran language teacher and world traveler. He has been traveling the world since the age of 16 and loves studying language and culture, but most of all, Danny loves making memories with his family. He has been married for 28 years and has two daughters, Gracie and Zoe.