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Scrapbooks lend themselves to telling a story. Start your scrapbook off with a photo that sets the stage for the story you want to tell.
When taking pictures on a trip or at an event, look for signs you can photograph that will inform the viewer where you were.
If there aren’t any signs make your own! Write in the sand, on a foggy window or have someone hold a handwritten sign.
Have someone that is with you pose with the sign. Or have the whole group join in and you will always remember everyone that was there.
Parks, national monuments and museums almost always have a prominent sign and a few facts that are perfect for your scrapbook.
When you are taking pictures at a wedding or birthday, take a pictures of the invite or program to remember where you were and the important date.