Skip to main content

10 Snapshots You Should Keep in your Phone

In an attempt to find the perfect dress, I recently hauled no less than a dozen dresses into a fitting room. Most of them looked great...poor me. Obviously I’m not in the market for a dozen party dresses, but in a moment of clarity, I decided to take a photo of each one so I could reassess my choices when I got home.

A few days later one Mrs. Rachael Herrscher sent me a fitting room photo of herself in a smashing blue dress. (Tis the season, I guess.)

She didn’t buy her dress either, but it got me to thinking about using my phone camera for more than just documenting my hilarious kiddos and the occasional fitting room fiesta.

Check out this list of 10 Snapshots You Should Keep in your Phone from Apartment Therapy.

Scroll to Continue

Recommended for You

Image via Apple

Image via Apple

Other posts you might enjoy...

Free Photo Editing Tool—Pic Monkey 

How to NOT to Share Instagram Photos 

Tech Tip of the Week—Back It Up 


Facebook Privacy Settings

Post Pictures of Your Kids Online? WATCH THIS

Most cameras (especially the ones on our phones) have geotagging and targeting on them. Which means that along with the photo, your camera records your exact location on the earth when your photo is taken. So what happens when you post those photos online?

Christmas Light Pictures

How to Photograph Christmas Lights with your Phone

A quick and easy guide to taking better phone pictures this Christmas! With a few of these tips you'll be the coolest kid on Instagram.

Image placeholder title


I get it. Some of life’s tasks are boring.

february in photos_instagram collage_2

Big Girl Camera: February in Photos

Here's how we spent February. We were sick and then we partied.

Buy Me a Pie

Shopping List App: Buy Me a Pie Review

I’m pretty minimalist when it comes to apps, so believe me when I tell you that this shopping list app is a must-have. Here’s why...


Why I’m Doing the June Photo a Day Project

I’ve had the hardest time keeping up with the monthly photo a day challenges, but I’m committing to making June happen.

Setting Restrictions on iPhone and iPad

How To Set Family Safety Settings on iPhone and iPad

Does your child ever have your phone in their hands? Do you have a family iPad? Does your child have an iPhone or iTouch? If so, you need to read this.