How to Turn Your Digital Photographs Into Analog Artifacts

Snapshots, Featured

 

I discovered little Chatbooks a few weeks ago while perusing Instagram. For just $8 you can easily create 30 pages of memories in a little book. Not on instagram? You can pull your photographs from Facebook and your computer, too.

The internet is full of similar offerings, so I intend to try them all because I’m excited about photographs, thank you notes, documenting family vacations. The possibilities are endless.

Tools to Turn Digital Photographs Into Artifacts

 

  • Chatbooks, my favorite photograph book as of this moment, and what you will see profiled below
  • This classy linen-covered hardcover photobook by ParaboPress, 32-pages 8×10 for $49
  • I’ve been sending these Ink one-of-a-kind cards with my images on the front. I’m now making my own, but worth seeing.
  • Artifact Uprising, you have to check them out too, for calendars and more. You may have received one of my thank you postcards. I love their quality 100% recycled paper. $29 for booklet of 20. Discover their albums and calendars as well.

Now, go out and create something personal and get those photographs off of your device!

Chatbook for your photographs

Chatbook for your photographs :: the cover. It’s a breeze to create.

 

Chatbook by Nancy Moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: the rowboat and Central Park

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: the seagull and Nancy in the kitchen

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: Nancy in the kitchen and the anemones

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: a rider and the eggs

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: the cacti and the Cuban cars

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: the cheetah and the zebra

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: the Cuban boy and the New York City streets

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: the pink gerber daisy and the blossoms

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: Grand Central Terminal and the watermelon

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: Cuban ballerina and what the giftbox looks like when you order a photograph from me

 

chatbook by nancy moon

Chatbook for your photographs :: peaches and the greenmarket flower

 

Chatbook by Nancy Moon

Go create!

 

*My lovely friend Janet Chin-See took the shots of me holding my photograph book — she did such a great job standing on the chair in our living room with my iPhone. Thank you!

Often the photographs you see in my blog posts are for sale in my online store. You might just be looking for some color or black and white images for your walls. Or think about gift giving. I take such special care in this creation, delivered in a lovely box.

All photographs are taken by me, unless I have noted otherwise in the caption. I use my Canon 5D III and the iPhone 6+.

Want more posts like this? It’s easy. Sign up here to get them delivered to your inbox.

If you like what you read, please share using the buttons below. Thank you!

Share This! Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on Google+Pin on PinterestEmail this to someone
  • Very cool idea! Thanks for sharing!

    • Prada! Happy to see you here. I’m in love with these little books. Enjoyed your item on Cindy J.

      • Janet Chin-See

        Great pictures as usual Nancy. I always enjoy watching you at work and experience your creative energy first hand . I’m always willing to help. 🙂

        • Janet, I couldn’t have done this without you. PS Thanks for reading, always.

  • Elisa Smith

    Nancy thank you for sharing your creative ideas. Always inspiring.
    So nice of you to credit Janet for her assistance:)

    • Hi Elisa, Janet was a huge help! These little albums would be a blast for you to make …. and can’t beat $8!

  • Carol Hart

    Thank you for this post. I shall have to check them out!

    • Hi Carol, thanks for looking around. I just found your blog again, your food photography is wonderful!