Save Your Photos Day is a holiday that falls on the last Saturday in September every year. It’s a day that encourages people to get proactive with their photo collections and make sure that they’re properly saved and categorized.
Disasters such as floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, and fires can destroy a person’s collection of photos in an instant, so it’s important for everyone to make sure that their photos are digitized and backed up. This is also a good day to make sure that you properly label your physical photos so that future generations don’t have to figure out the people in them.
The History Of Save Your Photos Day
This holiday was created prior to 2021 to raise awareness about the benefits of safeguarding your photos. It’s located during Save Your Photos Month-a month in which photo organizers, archival companies, and photo retailers come together to help everyone properly store, backup, and archive their photo collections.
Observing Save Your Photos Day
How you celebrate this holiday depends on how you want to safeguard your photos. For most people, this means digitizing all of their pictures and placing them into the cloud or onto a jump drive. For other people, it means making copies of their physical photographs and then taking the steps to safeguard them for future generations.
If you’re saving photos digitally, make sure that you have backups of backups made just in case something happens with your jump drive or cloud service. If you’re storing physical photos, be sure to keep them at 75-degrees or cooler and in a place with low humidity.
Also, make sure that you’re physical photos or jump drives are in a safe place that won’t be ruined by flooding. And while you’re observing this holiday, be sure to use the hashtag #SaveYourPhotosDay on social media to encourage everyone to preserve their precious memories for future generations.
When is Save Your Photos Day?
|This year (2022)||September 24 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||September 30 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||September 25 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|