Photos are the driving force behind the story told in most albums–no photo, no story. It shouldn’t be
Your photos are obviously important. They are a terrific visual record—but the photos do not pinpoint the story. They don’t tell the date, don’t tell who was there, don’t tell what happened before or after the photo was taken. You need to write lifestories in your photo albums to complete the ‘picture’. [Free Membership required to read more. See below. ]
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