Certain images come to mind when I think back to different seasons of life. Photographs are able to jog my memory and help fill in the gaps I'd be sure to miss if I didn't have tangible evidence of those moments. That's where Artifact Uprising came in, with their offer of a free set of square prints. I was thrilled when I saw the promotion while I was scrolling on Facebook. I'm very happy with the quality, and love the finish of the paper.
- The picture of Paris from the views of Montmarte: Derrik and I were dating at the time. I went to Europe for some adventures with my college roommate and remember trying to figure out different apps that would help us communicate while I was away. Did I take a screenshot while I Skype called him from Lake Como? Maybe. Hey, I missed him :)
- The table full of Christmas greenery and plaid ribbon is from our wedding reception. I'm a big plaid fan, and I love how I'm reminded of our wedding whenever I see it.
- The picture with our feet with some legit fall leaves beneath us was taken at Cherokee Park in Louisville. We had just moved here a few weeks earlier and were taking in all the beautiful fall scenery!
- The black & white photo is from our recent photoshoot together (which I'll be sharing soon!), representing almost 2 years of marriage.
We've come so far, all represented in 4 squares. I love how the prints bring me back to what it felt like in each season.
What is your favorite way to print your photographs?