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  1. Carol

    It sure is different with the digital age. I have lots of old photos – now fading away – in lots of photo albums. I like digital because you have so much more control. I used to take some really awful photos with the analog camera and as you say, you never know what it will look like until printed. #MMBC

  2. Kim Carberry

    Ahh! It is so easier to take photos now. I remember the old type of cameras where you had to get the photos developed.
    I keep meaning to make photo books of our special moments like Christmas and birthdays. They are such a great idea x #MMBC

  3. Lisa | Handmade in Israel

    I love this post! I remember the days of film – and bad photos – like it was yesterday. And I also remember getting my first digi camera and thinking it strange to be holding a camera away from my eye 😉 I still carry a camera around with me though. I still prefer it to my phone and think the photos are better quality.
    You have some lovely holiday snaps there.
    Thanks for all your comments on my blog!

    • Anne Sweet

      My older kids hate their younger photos, I recently threatened to put some up in frames but they wouldn’t have it. It stopped them moaning about me having framed photos of my younger kids around though. I don’t mind my old photos, the first one in this post is of me 🙂

  4. Malin - Sensational Learning with Penguin

    I too remember the old days of roll of film with c.24 or 36 exp on them! And I LOVED getting the developed prints from the lab, putting the photos into albums, perhaps sharing doubles with friends or relatives. Now, I struggle to keep track of all the digital pictures… I really need to make a photo book (or 10! ?) xx #MMBC

  5. Cheryl | TimeToCraft

    Oh the anticipation when you opened the photo wallet. I remember too well. Also remember the ever so helpful oval stickers they used to put on the print, if the photo was overexposed? I keep meaning to make a photobook. A nice way for everyone in the family to remember the holidays. #MMBC

    • Anne Sweet

      oh yes, I remember those stickers too. I also remember being reduced to tears in the chemist when I was told that none of the photos of my little girls 2nd birthday had been developed because the film was damaged.

  6. Denise

    I am a photo mad mum and my kids all get so fed up with me as I’m always snapping them! I changed from iPhone to google pixel as there are no storage limits to the photos you take! I have recently started making photo books as I use to scrapbook but just do not have the time or space for all of the supplies so photo books are the next best thing #BloggersBest

  7. Fiona Cambouropoulos

    I remember those early print days too, there are so few pictures of me as a child and the few that are are grainy. Still fun to look back on. Half the time I just use my phone now, the camera on the phone is my main consideration when buying a new one. #BloggersBest

  8. Jayne @ Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs

    I love this post Anne and what lovely photos. This was such a lovely trip down memory lane. I also remember the excitement of getting our photos back and seeing how they turned out! We have so many photos I really should look into these photobooks, they seem such a fab idea and great to share with others too.

    Thanks so much for sharing with #MMBC. Have a lovely weekend. x

  9. Liberty on the Lighter Side

    This post has come at the perfect time, thanks! We were just chatting last night about putting our holiday pics into a book. I’ll definitely look into this, the hard part will be deciding which ones to leave out, as you say, nowadays it’s easy to take way too many. #mixitup

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