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do you want to know something?
Most of the photos you have of you and your loved ones will only be seen once or twice and then never again. They are the sad victims of today's temporary culture.
The experience of seeing photos in print has been stripped away by technology.
For my wedding day, I put photo albums on every table filled with travel photos because we used film back then and everything was already printed. I doubt I would have done it if I had to find the photos on hard drives and print them just for the wedding. I still have and cherish those albums today.
TRUTH: Print your photos! You'll be so happy you did!
do you want to know something else?
There was a time when people got dressed up and it was a big deal to have a photoshoot. It was important. Now, with the advent of phone cameras, we take a few photos everywhere we go and the photoshoot for the sake of the experience is a lost art.
"Draw me like one of your French girls," Rose says to Jack in the most romantic scene in any movie ever.
Everyone knows it's not about the drawing! It's about the intense feelings Rose is experiencing as she feels seen, wanted, and beautiful. When she looks at the image nearly a century later it still takes her back to the experience as if it were yesterday. That is the power of a photoshoot. Feeling like you're the only one in the world, you matter.
TRUTH: You don't need a reason for a photoshoot,
other than that you matter.