Showing off your family photos is one of the most exciting parts of having them taken. Life is better when it’s shared, right? I encourage all of my clients to create a wall art display, and invest in a nice album showcasing their photos. While these are great ways to decorate your home and create lasting memories, it’s also fun to share your photos with family and friends when you’re away from home.
Many people place a high importance on having the digital images from their photo session. I understand it’s nice to have these for peace of mind, which is why I offer them as an add-on for my clients. But let’s be honest: are you really going to take that disk around and show your photos to your friends with it? Or is it just going to get locked in your safe forever?
Enter my new “On the Go” Photo Apps. Now you have an incredibly easy and fun way to share your photos anytime with anyone.
Your very own photo app can be downloaded to any smartphone or tablet, and shows up just like any other app on your home screen. It even gets it’s own image icon from your session!
Once you open the app, you’re greeted with a beautiful gallery of your images. Scroll through them, marvel at them, and tap on any image to view it full screen.
Your personal app is perfect for sharing photos on the fly: in line at the grocery store, picking the kids up from school, or watching the soccer game from the stands ( and not screaming at your kids, of course 🙂 ). Even dads think the app is cool! With one tap, they can brag on their family to their buddies at work or at the gym.
On the Go Photo Apps are now included with all of my sessions. Any photos you purchase after your session for prints or albums are included in your app. Then all you have to do is download it and start sharing!
What do you think about this new way to show off your photos? Could you see yourself using your app on a regular basis? Feel free to leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts.
Kevin Scott Banks Photography - Nashville Family Photographer serving Williamson County and Davidson County, including Brentwood, Franklin, Cool Springs, Nolensville, Green Hills, Belle Meade, Bellevue and surrounding areas.