- Encourage each family member to take turns behind the lens so your pictures have a variety of perspectives (and everyone in the family makes it into a few of the photos!)
- Use summer travel to bridge the generation gap. Capture grandparents, parents and kids enjoying special times together.
- Capture your family’s experiences with the local culture. Ask a local resident to suggest family-friendly activities off the beaten path for unique pictures and memories.
- Going on vacation with extended family or a group? Set up a Shutterfly Share Site before you travel, so everyone can upload photos to one central location.
- Ask each member of your family to create a “Top 10” list of words describing your trip. Use these words to guide the design and story lines for your photo book.
- Showcase the personality and creativity of each family member by taking turns to design pages in your travel photo book.
**“All survey data, unless otherwise stated, has been derived from a survey administered by Decipher, Inc. among a U.S. sample of 1,000 adults age 18 years or older, March 2012”