At this point in the season, I hope you're familiar with EpicMix and the new photo feature that folks are raving about. Hopefully you've stopped for some photos with the awesome EpicMix professional photographers in their lime green snowsuits, and maybe you've even grabbed a few action shots, the newest feature for EpicMix.
If you're like me, you've got some favorite photos from your season already. I've been posting all my photos to Facebook, so I even know which pictures my friends like best. While posting to Facebook is a terrific way to share your shots, purchasing
high-resolution copies of your favorite photos unlocks a world of possibilities for showing off your adventure. When you purchase a high-resolution copy, you simply log into EpicMix.com, select any photo you've taken in the past 30 days, and for $19.95 you can download the photo in its natural, uncompressed format. Once it downloads automatically, here are 5 ideas for how to show it off.
1) Facebook "Timeline" image.
Facebook has changed its layout once again and is now offering up a wide area on your profile to add a large image. While regular EpicMix Facebook photos won't stretch to fill that size, a high-resolution shot will do the trick, giving your page a serious visual boost.
Haven't you always wanted your "mug" on a mug? If you're constantly caffeinated, you've got to get yourself a personalized mug. High-resolution photos can also be printed onto t-shirts, handbags, buttons, and more.
3) Frame it.
If you've got some empty space on your desk, pick a shot, buy it, print it out and frame it. In high-resolution, you can blow it up to a sizeable 16x20 print. The next time you're toiling through some mind-numbing busywork, glance up at the lasting memory of your alpine adventure and remember what you're putting in all that work for in the first place.
Creating a calendar is an easy and useful way to remember all the fun you've had on the mountain. It's a great way to display photos of important and memorable events, too. Was this the year your young child learned to ski? Show photos of their progress for each new month. It makes a great gift for grandparents and family as well.
5) Greeting cards.
Have a special event or holiday coming up? Perhaps there are some wedding bells in your future? Use your beautiful high-resolution photos to create a truly unique and eye-catching way of saying "Thank you" "Happy birthday" or "Save the date".
These are just a few of the many ways you can show off your smile, your turns, and your awesome decision to get out there and hit the slopes.
Catch you on the mountain