Back in my childhood photography meant taking pictures on film and then having it developed, which took days and it was only then. you would know if you had snapped it well or made a mistake, none of this instant previews on a screen. But of course it also meant you had everything printed out, so you could make albums up full of memories.
It was in my pre-teens I really remember digital cameras taking off and becoming something everyone could afford, then by my mid-teens you were starting to get camera phones, my first one. I believe it was a Sony, you had to click the camera onto the base of the phone every time you wanted to take a photo.
The evolution of digital photography has been fantastic, however the downside is so many photos get taken, uploaded to Facebook or Instagram and then never seen again and that is where Pop Book can help.
While cameras have evolved so have the people who sold and devolved films and Pop Book comes from a leader of this process FujiFilm and it is so simple to use.
The app to make Pop Book is available on both the iTunes store and Google Play and is free to download (so no reason not to try it).
Once downloaded the app allows you to upload photos from your phone, tablet, Facebook or Instagram with each book able to hold 21 photos. Once you have chosen you perfect photos you are able to crop, add filers or text to each photo, as well as change the order they appear in the book and the colour of border around them. Each edit option is simple to use as it takes just a tap of a button and I personally found the whole process streamlined and easy to follow.
After you are happy with how each photo looks it is time to upload and order, there are two choices to make about your book before you are finished and they include size; either 10 x 10 or 13 x 13 and if you want to go for a gloss or matt finish (you also have the option to share your Pop Book for free via social media).
Personally I went for a 13 x 13 gloss finish Pop Book and I think it is perfect, the gloss finish gives it that finishing touch which I adore and with each book costing just £4.99 including postage I honestly think they are a great way to not only print and store your personal favourite photos but to also allow you to print and share memories with your friends and family.
You can find out more about Pop Book over on their website and of course you can download the app from your favourite app store.
What do you think about the sound of Pop Book, can you see yourself using the app and buying one for yourself?