Creating Photographic Journals

Updated: Jan 17

If you are looking for something fun and creative to do, you might consider creating keepsakes, works of art, and gifts for later in the year!

I have been going on photographic, city adventures in Northwest Arkansas for several years now. It is so much fun! I grab my camera and wander the streets, shops, alley ways, museums, and outdoor spaces looking for creative opportunities.

I photograph murals, signs, art, people, and whatever looks interesting and eye-catching.

After procuring a good amount of photos, I make a photographic journal. The journal not only displays my photos but is also a storyboard of photos, that tells mini graphic stories, songs and all kinds of creative folk art. The book is a puzzle of fun within the journal of photos. I never know how it is going to turn out until I complete the books. I hope to make this book available for sale when I can get permission from the artists to print a book with photographs of their work.

My next book will probably be a recipe book of favorite family recipes. While you are at home or looking for things to do with the kids, you might want to consider making a photo book. I tried using several photo book applications and found the Motif Photos, to be the easiest to use.

I would like to share a Motif 30% discount code with you and I hope you have as much fun as I did creating your books!

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