Capturing Everlasting Moments in Timeless Photographs
Family pictures tell stories; the story of our family. Yes, words do the same, but pictures capture important moments along with the emotions being – for the lack of better words – emoted. In the age of smartphones, everybody takes pictures of the smallest moments. This includes food. Let’s think about it, you care what food you ate at 15 years ago? I know I won’t. However, the way your child smiles will be something you will always want to remember. Especially when they have teeth missing.
While smartphones have their place in today’s digital space and have its own charm, there is nothing like a physical print standing proudly on your fireplace mantle or a framed portrait hanging on the walls of your home. Have you ever lost a picture you loved due to losing your phone or your phone becoming corrupt? I have…it’s the worst feeling ever.
Writing With Light
The word photography means writing with light. How poetic does that sound! Yet, we are compelled to stick to digital pictures and scrolling through our social media timelines to look through the photographs.
One of the best things about physical photographs is their timelessness. Your ability to look at digital photos relies on your phone or laptop’s battery and Wi-Fi availability. How will you stare at your adorable niece’s face when Facebook is down?
There are definite benefits to having digital photos; however, physical photos of special moments just add something extra to the moment’s longevity. If you go back and look at your parents’ or grandparents’ old, aged photos now, they have more meaning than a digital copy.
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Hello, I'm Tamieka, the owner of and photographer behind Tamieka Smith Photography a Los Angeles family photographer in Torrance, CA and Northern Virginia/National Archives Promotion Ceremony photographer in Torrance, CA. I am happy you came to visit the blog! I hope you find inspiration and helpful tips. In addition, to a peek into my life as a family photographer.