36 Hours: Travel Photo Book

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Last week while in Virginia visiting family, Trent & I took off on our own for a little adventure leaving our son with his grandparents and uncle. I took quite a few photos with both my iPhone and DSLR. In the past week, I’ve uploaded them and created this 5×7 photo book on Shutterfly. This is the fastest I’ve ever created a photo book and only 2nd time I’ve done so using Shutterfly’s components exclusively (usually I upload full pages I’ve created in Photoshop). I started with one of the template books (Pictogram) and used a mixture of idea pages as well as created a few of my own.

36 Hours photo book: Front Cover

36 Hours photo book: Title Page

36 Hours photo book: Overview

36 Hours photo book: Manassas National Battlefield Park

36 Hours photo book: Metro Yellow Line

36 Hours photo book: Washington, D.C. Sights

36 Hours photo book: Details

36 Hours photo book: Getting Around Washington, D.C.

36 Hours photo book: Hotel

36 Hours photo book: Meals

36 Hours photo book: Interesting Tidbits

36 Hours photo book: Final Page

36 Hours photo book: Back Cover

It was easy and a lot of fun to make. Best of all, we have a way to look back on this little mini-vacation for two. Something that’s a rare event now that we’re parents.

Do you document your “adults only” vacations?

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