To start the year inspired, we’re so excited to share with you the magic of our newest Mootsh Muse: photographer Bee Chalmers. When we first came across Bee’s photos last summer, we felt an instant connection. Bee captures the genuine, real life moments of her family and infuses them with magical realism and emotion…
In a time of Instagram, when perfectly styled homes, children, outfits, and even color palettes appear to be ubiquitous, documentary photographer Laura Beth Davidson’s photos are like a breath of fresh air.
Despite the evolution and progression of gender roles (thank god!), it seems that we women still live with strongly defined care-taking roles. For the most part, we are the ones making sure that children’s’ vital needs are met. But what if collecting your family memories was also considered a vital need?
Do you remember the days before digital cameras and smartphones, when the only way to see a photograph was to have it printed? We do too. And with Mootsh, it’s become our life mission to help you go back to that: printing your photos. From us to you, here are a few of our favorite reasons why we think photo prints kick digital photos’ butts, big time.
We know how incredibly difficult it can be to print your photos. As moms especially, we’re intimately familiar with the feelings of overwhelm and guilt that come from letting your photos pile up on your phone or in the cloud. Which is why we designed Mootsh with one grand goal in mind: to make photo printing as effortless and enjoyable as possible.
First of all, if you’ve already started selecting and collecting your favorite photos every month, CONGRATS!! The hardest part is behind you, and no matter what you do with them, you are now consistently printing a curated selection of your best photos, and that in itself is a victory! If you haven’t started? It’s not too late! The key is to stop postponing the moment you start, and just do it. And Mootsh can help you do just that!
In an era of endless to-do lists and multitasking, doing one thing at a time, at a slow pace and on a regular basis, is a lost art — a skill that we’ve more or less forgotten. At Mootsh, we want to help you relearn this forgotten art.
If you’re anything like me, you probably have somewhere between five and ten thousand photos on your phone. Most of them you rarely look at, with the exception of those rare moments where your flight is delayed or the doctor is taking too long and you’ve got the time to flip through, endlessly.