Photography and Memory

On May 21st the National Public Radio (NPR) program All Things Considered started a series on photography and memory that that explores the relationship between human memory and photography in the age of smartphone cameras. The series touched on many things that are important to us and we thought we would share them with you. 

We all take a lot of photos and want to easily organize, share and print them. We also want to remember the stories about the photos. Who was there? What were we doing? Where were we? When was it? Timebox can help with all of that and more by making it easier to look at your photos.

Part 1 - Take Photos To Remember Your Experiences? Think Again

The first segment talks about how looking at your photos can preserve and revive your memories. 

Part 2 - Overexposed? Camera Phones Could Be Washing Out Our Memories

The second segment talks about important it is to learn how to weave a story line around your experiences.

Part 3 - How To Stay Afloat In Your Infinite Stream Of Photos

The last segment talks about the need to make our digital life more analog and that printing out our photos will help solidify our memories. It also mentions how easy it is to personalize & customize our cherished moments these days.

Enjoy the series.