More Than A Book

After video and memory, photography is probably the single most effective form of record keeping of our lives and the lives of our families. The image of special moments and occasions that we and our loved ones experience is more important than producing a feeling of nostalgia, they are reminders of who we are and where we come from. Photo albums are visual transcriptions of our personal heritages.

There’s a reason why families enjoy browsing photo books together. It’s more than being able to decipher where you go the shape of your face and bodies, it also helps explains where you got the shape of your own personality. It helps explain who you are and why. When browsing albums together, it’s fascinating how each member can personally contribute unique and individual information about the moments and people they are looking at and give everyone a more thorough understanding of the people and moments that make up who both they and you are as well as giving an understanding of how they are connected to each other. Photo albums are a way of proving that there is much more to being a member of a family other than just being born into one.

For most, family serves as a foundation of who we are as people. Sometimes without family, it’s easy to feel lost in the world. Knowing our families and having a mental images of them makes it easier to have a grasp on where we come from, which makes family photo albums a very important tool of documentation. It’s simply not enough for us to be told about people and events in their lives, but actually having an image to refer to makes it far easier to comprehend and our ancestry, which in turn makes it easier to sort out how it relates to us right now.

Time has a disturbing way of erasing people after they pass. Photogenie make creating photo album easier so that you can keep your legacies alive and relevant to the descendants that you’ll never meet in the same way they that albums teach you about the ancestors that you’ve never known.

In a world heavily saturated with selfies and social media, the photo albums of old are being forgotten. They are more frequently regarded as an outdated method of recording the lives of our loved ones as well as our own lives. We are so excited about by the social media explosion and the consistent need to cheaply document the here and now, that we’re neglecting the importance of making quality images to help us create a valid archive what will eventually be our pasts that we can pass on to others. It’s important to take the time to create an album that won’t just be simply deleted.