How I did it: I did it all online. I got as many free prints and discount offers as I could and set about getting all my prints sorted. The best ones though were the pictures I had printed as photo books. Much better than having to put all those prints in albums. They are a beautiful object to have. Very pricey though so be on the lookout for a discount code.
Once you've signed up to a photo site though, the offers in emails are pretty regular. Read how I did it… 2 months ago
But after losing my new phone which had some photos that I had yet to transfer I realised that I need to make this more of a priority.
I have backed up all my photos and will be going through those from my recent pictures of my trip to the Harry Potter Studio Tour.
I am aiming to have these sorted, printed and in an album by the end of August. I would set it up as my personal challenge but I’ve already got one on there!
I will then continue to work my way through all my photos in the same way. Hopefully I can the start the habit of doing this straight away instead of ignoring them. 16 months ago
As well as printing all my photos and organising my albums I want to put some pics on my digital photo frame that I have unearthed whilst having my ‘winter clean’ (Why have a spring clean when you can start the new year already clean is what I’m going for).
I’m not going to make that a separate goal, I’ll just lump it in with this one. :) 2 years ago
...and they’re just sitting there. Either on my camera or on the computer where I never look at them. At least if I had them developed I cut put them in an album or at least flick through the packet every now and again.
I’ve found a great link to quite a few sites offering free prints for a little bit of p&p which means I don’t even have to trek down into town and stand at a kiosk to do it!
Incase anyone else is interested the link is: http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/deals/free-photo-prints 2 years ago