Introducing Shutterfly Storytelling

by Heather M Posted on October 03, 2011

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Say hello to Shutterfly’s Storytelling!  The new editorial hub has taken over the Community tab to offer readers inspirational photography, design and photo book ideas so you can become a better storyteller.  Featuring frequently refreshed content from personal stories to tips and tricks and stunning photo book styles to profiles, the creative destination invites you to share your story (any and every story) be it a recipe book, birthday milestone or  travel journal.  This week we’re showcasing the whimsical work of Jason Lee with his 5 tips for photographing kids.  Best known for the creative images he takes of his daughters — Kristin, 8, and Kayla, 5, — the father and photographer began the project as a way to cheer up his mother after she was diagnosed with cancer.  To read these stories and others, click on over to Storytelling here:

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  1. AnnAbbott Says:

    I love the fact we can bounce ideas off each other now on with Storytelling! I love the fact you can tell a story that could be just an hour of your day or a two week vacation all in a photo book.

  2. shannonr Says:

    Shutterfly just keeps advancing and the addition of Storytelling is wonderful. I can wait each week until the next “story” is posted. The articles are informative, full of information and great ideas.

more about Heather M

There's nothing better than a good story. And, so many of those can be told with a single photo! I am awed by the way images, particularly candids, capture (and give me a tangible way to hold on to) certain moments. I have three energetic kids (ages 7, 4, and 1) and am doing my best to document their lives in pictures. While I plan to invest in a fancy camera in the near future, a point and shoot and my iPhone 4 currently (and conveniently) help me chronicle my family's adventures.

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