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Planning a wedding starts almost immediately after getting engaged, and one of the first things couples look into is a wedding photographer. Photography is important not only for the big day, but for engagement photos, too! We know finding a photographer and taking engagement photos is a big investment, so we searched high and low to research and answer the five most commonly asked questions to help make your decision a little bit easier. 1.
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We snap photos so fine, we don’t need editing apps … but every now and then a photo needs a touch of sharpening, or a cooling filter, or a clip art robot, just to spruce it up. Who are we kidding? We’re obsessed with editing apps. Read along to see our favorite editing apps, and you’ll be a pro editor in no time – whether you snap perfect pics or not. Fine Tune Snapseed is
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Name: Victoria Schneider   Instagram: @govictoria   Blog: The Southern Trunk   Where do you live?: Georgia   Number of photos on your camera roll?: 7,559   What do you find yourself taking the most photos of and why? Almost always my two sons. They are the happiest things to capture and they are always with me. I love journaling about them through images.     What photograph or artwork in your home brings you the most joy?
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Heading on summer vacay soon? Maybe a trip to the city or a national park? We love seeing travel photos blown up to larger-than-life prints on 4×3 foot Engineer Prints – an affordable way to transform cherished moments into large-scale art. But if you can’t decide which family photo to enlarge, capture the journey instead. Use Engineer Prints to turn that amazing place or hike into giant wall art! Check out these super cool Engineer
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National Photography Month has come to a close, but here to stay is the natural beauty and joyful moments photography captures all around us. It was a fun month of celebration, building up to an amazing grand prize giveaway that includes a 4-Day Winter Photo Tour in Iceland. Thanks to ALL of you passionate picture takers who dreamt about Iceland and took the time to enter for a chance to win the trip, the camera
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We’ve added a new option to our lineup of bestselling Engineer Prints. Say hello to our new 3×3 foot Square Engineer Prints. They’re on the same lightweight, easy to hang paper that you love. And fit perfectly on all 3 colors of our 36” Wood Rails. If you’ve got a wall in your home that just wasn’t quite big enough for a 3×4 foot print, or have a photo that just looks better all squared
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Don’t let rainy days bring you down, instead find creativity to lift you up. Here are a few fun activities Team Parabo came up with one rainy day, but the possibilities are endless.   Engineer Print Coloring Sheets Grab a crayon and let your little artist loose on giant coloring sheets! Our huge 4 x 3 foot Engineer Prints provide a life-size coloring experience for kiddos. Download our specially-made coloring sheets here, or find a
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Name: Yamel   Instagram: @kurlycrown   Blog: kurlycrown.co   Where do you live?: Florida   Number of photos on your camera roll?: 11,718     What do you find yourself taking the most photos of and why? My children and our family. We have five kids and there’s always an event, milestone or something cute happening that I want to document to look back on later.     What photograph or artwork in your home brings you the
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Name: Heather Nicholson   Instagram: @daughtersandthings   Where do you live?: Windsor Locks, Connecticut   Number of photos on your camera roll?: 231         What do you find yourself taking the most photos of and why? Definitely of my girls! Even though they’re not always the easiest to capture, they’re effortlessly adorable and I want to remember all of who they were growing up.     What photograph or artwork in your home brings you
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We can’t seem to get enough of metallics in home décor, but we have read the saga of King Midas. We’ve learned from his mistakes and promise to only decorate with gold, silver, brass, copper and other metals, in moderation. Here are 10 of our favorite ways to get down with this Midasian trend. (Click any of the photos in this post to get to more info.) Light It Up A simple metal lampshade or