Some of the most common questions people ask me about photography, actually have to do with what happens AFTER I take the photos on my DSLR or iPhone. I think we’re all guilty of doing, well, NOTHING with our photos, right? Maybe we just post them to Instagram… or we just let them sit inside our devices and then we panic about the day our camera card corrupts or we run out of space on our smartphones.

I get lots of questions about how I organize and print my photos, but since I’m not a pro and I wanted to learn some tips too, I invited one of my blogging friends, Jennifer Borget of Cherish365 (previously Baby Making Machine) to share her photo-printing and organizing advice with us!

Watch the episode below to find out how Jennifer gets her photos out of her camera and into her home, learn how an app called MemoryWeb can ease the stress of organizing your photos online, and enter to win this week’s incredible giveaway. Scroll down… you do NOT want to miss this one!


Be sure to visit Jennifer’s blog at and you can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


This week, we have a huge giveaway from MemoryWeb including: a Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR camera body, a Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM standard lens, and a one year subscription to MemoryWeb including 1 terabyte storage, original file resolution, and best display & archival quality. This is the perfect prize pack for aspiring photographers and parents who can’t wait to up their photo game. Four runners up will also get a year long MemoryWeb subscription, and you have multiple options for entering. Good luck and thanks for watching!

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20 thoughts on “Playgroup Week #12: Organizing & Printing Your Photos”

  1. I am saving up for this exact camera! I am a nanny and want to take a photography class and swap careers. Just a dream but maybe it will come true.

  2. I missed out watching playgroup live this week. I’m going to watch it while on the treadmill getting my 5 mile walk/jog done this morning.

  3. I’m horrible at printing up pictures. Mostly because they are on my phone. If I had a nice camera I’d use all the tips I just saw on your episode *wink wink
    Great giveaway!

  4. I always love your videos! This week was very informative and I am so guilty of never doing anything with my pics. I am going to get better! ?This weeks giveaway is amazing, I would love taking pics of the kids with this since I’ve only ever used phone cameras.

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