When I went to Hawaii last summer I took hundreds of photos. Some were on my DSLR, some on Kodak film and some on my iPhone.
The pictures taken with my DSLR and film camera were blown up, printed, framed and made into photo books.
The pictures taken on my iPhone were posted to Facebook and that was the last anyone saw of them. I recently went back to my Facebook album and realized there were shots I got with my iPhone, because it was handy, that I didn’t otherwise capture.
Not wanting to forget those moments, I used the My Kodak Moments app for Facebook to make Social Prints of those shots. As you can see above I have ordered prints of my Facebook photos using the My Kodak Moments app before… it works really well with square photos like those that come from Instagram.
You can access all your photo albums on Facebook to choose your photos. If your friends have given you permission, you can even print photos from their albums.
There are several alternatives to choose from for your prints. You can change the background color/pattern and the orientation.
You can even do a “mini-collage” print with three photos.
Lots of combos to choose from!
The app pulls in any comments that were posted to that photo onto your print. If you want to edit it or delete it just click “Edit Caption”
I wanted a fun way to display these prints at home so I took an old frame and converted it into a photo display that I can easily update occasionally.
It was pretty easy. I took out the glass and wrapped the board inside the frame with an old map. I thought the map would make a nice background for travel photos.
Then I nailed small nails into the back of the frame, stretched wire across the front of the frame and wrapped it around the nails.
I like to use little wee clothespins to attach the prints to the wire. They are so cute. You can also hang other memorabilia with the pictures like postcards, business cards, tickets and menus.
I love how looking at it brings back the entire trip for me!
You can try the My Kodak Moments app for Facebook here –> http://kodak.ly/MKMFBApp