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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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Creating photo keepsakes

Many professional photographers expend all their energy photographing and preserving memories of their clients, but what about their personal photo collections? It’s time to tame and master your own photos, with a little help from Katie Kolenberg who planned and created 15 albums in 8 months.

This time we bring you a quick guide to conquering your personal photo collection, and feeling the intense satisfaction that can bring. Portrait photographer, mum and all-round-creative Katie Kolenberg explains how seeking refuge from the 2019 summer bushfires followed by COVID-inspired isolation in 2020 gave her the space to plan and create 15 family albums in just eight months, and why the biggest benefits are yet to come.

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