[For the Millions of People who Lose Family Photographs Each Year]
It’s happened time and again in times of natural disasters, and every time, the answer is the same, when asked what do you take. Photographs.
“I’m taking the photographs. Everything else is replaceable. Those are not.”
No one is running into the house for the hard drives. They’re grabbing their parents and grandparents photos, and photo albums and getting them to safety.
I’m hearing more stories of people losing their photos on lost phones or dead hard drives–six people in the last few weeks–to the point that it makes me say come on, what’s it going to take to finally print our photos?
Millions of family photographs are lost each year.
You say you’re one of the ones who triple-backs up everything? Great! That’s not everyone. In fact, it’s mostly no one. Most people say they want to print their photos, but never do.
Good intentions don’t preserve family history.
What’s it going to take to make folks finally create some hard copies of their photographs? Because online or a hard drive or a cloud, they really don’t exist. And we can’t expect with technology changes they will exist in 50-100 years.
A print you can hold in your hand, and run out to the car. Because it’s real. It’s physical.
So, why aren’t we printing our photographs?
You can come to me at YourFamilyPhotoAlbums.com, and I’ll help you get them printed. Or do it yourself through any number of online services. But, do it!
Or there will be no photographs of this generation for your children or grandchildren’s generation to have of you.
Don’t wait for the fire or flood.
By then, it’ll be too late.