What to do with your vacation photos?
Am 15/10/2020 in 13:20
Summer is slowly coming to an end and with it the long awaited summer vacation comes to an end. To avoid nostalgia and face the return to school with a smile, there are vacation photos.
With the help of a smartphone or a digital camera, vacations are the ideal setting to reconnect with the pleasure of photography. The days and evenings grow longer and provide plenty of time to experiment with new settings or try out different perspectives.
Important step, although tedious: sort and select your best holiday photos. Deleting failed, poorly framed or blurred photos will highlight your most successful shots. This will also free up space for your future pictures.
Your most successful photos defined, it remains to choose your favorite photographs. Whether you have spent your vacation with family or friends, you are bound to have a wide selection of memories. Don’t hesitate to choose a few portraits, group and family photos, along with your most beautiful landscapes and nature photos.
To enjoy your favorite holiday photos all year round, you can opt for online photo printing. Our professional fine art photo lab offers you the opportunity to select a photo print in the format of your choice in a customised finish.
Why not opt for a photo development on acrylic glass for your seaside landscapes? This premium finish magnifies the colors while intensifying the contrasts and depth of field of your images. From a mini to a collector size, a photo print on acrylic glass will allow you to give character to your interior, whatever room you choose.
For your family photos and group photos, on board a boat or in the garden of your vacation home, choose a Large or Giant format in an aluminum print with a slightly more matte finish. With or without an American box, a professional large format photo print will be the most beautiful effect.
Your vacation photos deserve to be in the spotlight. Enjoy your best shots and offer your friends and family to a gallery-quality photographic print thanks to the expertise of Zeinberg, Yellow Korner's photo lab.
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