My daughter's hobby is photography. On a recent vacation out west, she used the following tip to keep track of her photos. As we entered a new state, she would do one of the following:
Then she would know what state the next photos belonged in for her album.
Source: My daughter's idea
By skeesics56 from NW OH
Excellent idea - although the "welcom" sign would prob work best for those without knowledge of the manual alphabet.
Another thought: if the camera is like my daughter's cell-phone camera, someone could do a short video clip for each state, too.
This is a wonderful hint. Before we had a digital camera, my husband took hundreds of pictures on vacation and had me write down where each of them was taken. He wanted a detailed description! It was a pain. I'm thinking I can take a photo of the description in the guidebook as we see each new cathedral, town square, statue, and then he can take his photos. Thanks!
What an outstanding idea! I like this and I will incorporate this into my photos also!
When my husband and I go on a cruise, every morning I take a picture of the ship's Daily Planner which shows the day and date of the cruise, ship name and the port we will visit that day. Once I get into port, then I take a picture of a location sign. If it is just a sea day, I have the picture of the ship's Daily Planner so I know what day the onboard pictures were taken.
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