Currently, my camera roll has 38,451 images. I know, it’s a lot.. but within those images are so many memories. Everything from my first high school football game, to my last choir competition, to my first day of college and now running my own company! To me, these images mean a lot more than just smiles. Each image has a backstory.
I decided that I wanted to print my 5 most memorable images using my HP Sprocket 2nd Edition. This new Sprocket makes it easier than ever to edit, print, personalize and decorate everything with memories! It’s perfectly portable on-the-go which means you never have to miss an important moment.
The first image that I chose was my first ever video/photoshoot with my sister. It was such an amazing experience posing in the snowy parks of New York. It was funny because I kept getting mad at her when she wanted me to pose without my jacket because I felt like I was going to get frostbite! But she did get some fun pictures, so I guess almost getting frostbite was worth it?
The second image I wanted to print was when I went to London with my family and explored the city with them! When I first landed in London, I immediately fell in love with not only the city but the culture and people. I made a promise to myself on my flight back home to California that I would move to London one day, and that picture is a constant reminder to keep trying.
The third picture was when I went to Breckenridge, Colorado. I have to say being a California girl, you get used to never seeing snow, but when I came to Breckenridge I was mesmerized by the beauty that surrounded me. Even when taking pictures I felt like there was a green screen behind me. A memory like that has to be captured!
The fourth picture in my camera roll that caught my attention was my first music festival. Can you guess which one it was? No surprise, it was Coachella. That weekend was filled with so many great musicians, iconic fashion, and adventure! The kindness from everyone was amazing! Since that was my first music festival I had to mark that as a big memory.
The fifth memory that I wanted to print has to be one of my proudest achievements. My first time modeling for a large makeup company. I was so nervous that day, wondering if the other models would be nice or if I was even fit to be a model. All those fears went away once I met the amazing people I got to work with. I spent hours in makeup and in the photoshoot area and loved every second of it! It was fascinating seeing everything get created and being a part of that process made it a million times cooler! Right when I got home from that photoshoot I sat in my backyard and just took selfies with my phone. I had never had my makeup done that well before! Needless to say I had enough pictures to post a selfie Sunday for the next 4 years.
These pictures might seem simple, but like the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. I believe that is very true! Without help from my HP Sprocket 2nd Edition, I wouldn’t be able to print, save and relive these precious memories.
This post was sponsored by HP, all opinions are my own.