THE COMPETITION HAS NOW ENDED BUT YOU CAN STILL USE THE DISCOUNT CODE ‘BUNNY10‘ FOR A 10% DISCOUNT
I don’t know about you but I’m a massive Instagram fan. I love taking photos on my mobile phone on the spur of the moment and as the whim takes me. It’s pretty instant and there’s no need to fiddle about with lenses or camera settings and my phone is always close by in my bag or pocket. I just click, share and I’ve captured a little moment in time.
But here’s the rub, as much as I love Instagraming and taking photos on my phone, that’s usually where they stay – I’ve just checked and there’s over 1,000 photos floating around in the depths of my smart phone’s memory and that’s without the ones on the cloud. So now I’m on a mission to free my photos from my phone. I’ve decided to collate all my best Instagrams and phone photos into a yearly photo book. That way I can look back year by year and go through all the special moments and travel highlights in one gorgeous book. It’s the perfect reminder of the year and so much better than some of those tacky trip souvenirs which get pushed to the back of the cupboard – and, yes, I’m guilty on that count too.
Say hello to Printastic, a new app that makes it really easy to add all your favourite phone and/or IG photos to your book, directly from your phone and Instagram feed. All you need to do is make sure you have the latest version of Printastic installed on your iPhone or iPad. Printastic makes it simple to create a bespoke book with up to 200 pages. You can adjust the page layouts with one to four photos per page, re-order them to get the best look and even add captions. I think it would make the perfect gift for someone and is spot on for my (not so) little project. The app is completely free to download from the App Store. It’s only currently available as an iOS but there’s an Android version in the pipeline.
Win a Printastic Photobook
Because I love the Printastic photobooks so much (and because the guys at Printastic are so cool) we’re giving one person the chance to bag a free book so they can design their very own 24-page photo book. To be in with a chance of winning all you need to do is enter via the Rafflecopter below. The more entries you make the more chances you get. Good luck and I’ll announce the winner next week.
10% Discount Code
If you don’t win it’s okay because prices start from a reasonable £19.99 for a 24-page book. If you download the app and enter promotional code Bunny10 on each order you make you’ll get a peachy 10% off .
Enter to win!
To enter, all you need to do is follow The Travel Bunny on Facebook and enter via the app.
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- The competition closes on Wednesday 22nd July at midnight.
- The prize is 1 x 24 page Printastic photobook
- The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.
- The winner is chosen at random using Rafflecopter.
- The winner will be contacted via email and will need to confirm their acceptance of the prize within 7 days
- The book can be shipped worldwide
Never one to turn down an excuse to delve into my photo archives and re-live some fabulous travel memories I was delighted when Suze, the Luxury Columnist, nominated me for the Thomas Cook Explore the Elements Photoblogging Competition. The competition is themed around the four elements; Earth, Water, Fire, Air and it’s all about capturing and expressing these elements through travel photography. All the categories are open to interpretation so pictures can be of anything that showcases each element. Here are my entries…
I’m drawn to taking photographs of multiples and these feature frequently in my travel shots – I just can’t resist all those neat little rows. The souks in Marrakech were full of stalls and shops displaying multiples from food to footwear and leathers to lanterns. Here’s what I found…
This is my take on Ailsa’s Travel Theme
Ailsa from Where’s my Backpack? and host of the Travel Theme has chosen ‘Sunset’ as this weeks subject. I first saw it on Mahdu’s sunset post from The Urge to Wander and a comment struck a chord with me – no matter where in the world we might be we all watch the same sun as it sets. It’s inspired me to join in this weeks theme with some sunset shots from my own travels.
I find it hypnotic to watch as the sun dips beneath the horizon and will never tire of a beautiful sunset; a time to pause and reflect on the beauty of our world. Here are some of my favourite shots which I hope capture that magical moment.
And finally a sunset from home taken in May this year. It’s a bit grainy as it was taken on a compact and I’ve zoomed in and cropped hard but I like the misty feel of it – for some reason the sun was enormous that evening.
What a fun week I’ve had hosting Travel Photo Roulette and I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who entered, tweeted and publicised Round 40 and to Travel with Kat, host of round 39, for passing on the baton. It’s always a bit of a worry when you run an event – what if nobody turns up? I was, therefore, delighted that 16 bloggers submitted some fabulous shots. I thoroughly enjoyed, not only the photographs themselves, but ‘meeting’ some talented members of the travel blogging community along the way. (more…)
Happy to host Travel Photo Roulette – Round 40
I was a very happy travelbunny indeed to learn that my photo below was the winning entry in round 39 of Photo Roulette hosted by Travel With Kat with her chosen theme of ‘Local Character’. This Vietnamese woman in Hoi An was more than happy to have her picture taken and she made me smile as she postured to the camera while I snapped away – definitely a character and a half with a full-blown twinkle in her eye.
I took this shot in Hoi An, Vietnam where many of the buildings are painted ochre yellow. The walls are still damp from the rain but the colours make it feel like the sun is shining.