Recent technological advancements mean that many devices now have the ability to take photographs. Gadgets like smartphones, tablets, and mp3 players have built-in cameras. This way you'll never miss a moment, and you can always pull out your gadget to capture a memory for posterity. Gadgets with built-in cameras are not just convenient for photography aficionados looking to add to their collection, as they're also convenient for those who want to preserve their memories. Digital photographs can be transferred to computers, hard drives, and can be uploaded online.
On the other hand, one of the worst scenarios for digital photographers would be data loss. Another fear photographers have is the misinterpretation of their photography by viewers. Considering these problems, scrapbooking can be a great alternative means of preserving precious memories.
Scrapbooking is a great way to preserve and organize the photos you've taken over the years, as well as the memories associated with these photographs. As such, scrapbooking and its 5 elements— photos, journaling, titles, embellishments, and the canvas—can be a great way to preserve memories for subsequent generations. In many ways, its better than looking at pictures on a computer. Plus, the scrapbook itself can pose as a hard copy back up.