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‘Souvenirs of Sleep’ by Ling Ang

Momento Pro recently produced a custom format limited edition photo book for film maker Ling Ang. In this interview we ask her and designer Ned Rahmanovic about their creative collaboration, innovative book design and their choices on the photo book’s format and materials.

Singaporean born, Melbourne-based filmmaker, Ling Ang, has been journaling her dreams for years, and her upcoming photo book Souvenirs of Sleep is where she reveals them. Her limited edition book produced by Momento Pro weaves together photographs captured from her conscious world to illustrate the narratives of her subconscious mind. Here we interview Ling and designer Ned Rahmanovic about the book’s origins and playful design, and take you behind-the-scenes of its production.

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The women of our world on International Women’s Day

In honour of International Women’s Day we want to introduce you to the fabulous females who make our business run so smoothly and put the TLC into our service, software and products. Endless thanks to Aya, Jess, Ling, Jenny, Jackie, Ellen, Lidia, Lisa, Priya, Nadia, Susan, Gina, Elizabeth and Libby for making our world go around.

In honour of International Women’s Day we want to introduce you to the fabulous women who make our business run so smoothly and put the TLC into our service, software and products. Endless thanks to you Aya, Jess, Ling, Jenny, Jackie, Ellen, Lidia, Lisa, Priya, Nadia, Susan, Gina, Elizabeth and Libby for making our world go around.

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The lifetime joy of printed photos

We often forget that photos become more valuable as we age. This photo essay featuring Nonna Connie and her photo collection is a reminder that we should print out what we care about, as photo prints may be your most precious belongings when loved ones are no longer with you.

This is a photo essay that will make your heart melt, and will hopefully inspire you and your clients to print the photos that you care about so you can enjoy them for a lifetime.

“Connie is living testament that we should hold photographs in our hands and celebrate them for as long as we breathe.” – The Beautiful Collective

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Proven benefits of photo prints

Phototherapy is a field of psychology that encourages interactions with photos to help improve an individual’s well-being, while the theory of haptics concludes that objects we can feel produce a greater emotional response. We’ve delved into the research to pull out some facts, and summarised some of our own findings.

Phototherapy is a field of psychology that encourages people’s interactions with personal and family photos to help them understand themselves better. Haptics is the study of the sense of touch, that believes objects we can feel will produce a greater emotional response. We’ve delved into the research to pull out some facts, and documented some of our own findings, so you can share them with clients to increase their appreciation for prints.

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