It’s easy to take thousands of photos at every possible moment. But then what do you do with them? A couple get uploaded to Facebook and Twitter, but then they’re soon forgotten, sat on your phone or computer gathering digital dust.
The Phlib (short for Photo Liberation) is a brilliant invention that lets you display your prints easily and professionally.
If you’re like me, one of the main reasons you don’t print as many photos as you would like to is that there are just too many to choose from. The Phlib lets you change the prints as often as you like as they’re held on by magnets, so just get a load done and have a play around and see what works. (I am in no way endorsed by them by the way, just love the product!)
Here’s mine and Hannah’s Wedding & Honeymoon creation…
Side profile. The metal frames sits about an inch off the wall creating a nice shadow which gives depth to the photos.
Thanks Pete & Laura for our amazing wedding photos!
And three of our safari favourites (nothing to do with Phlib). These are 16×12 prints on 2mm MDF backing.
Both the Phlib and prints are hung using 3M command strips… no drilling involved, and if you get them in the wrong place, just peel off and try again. Happy printing!
More honeymoon photos here.