Monday, April 11, 2011

my eco-friendly DVD packaging

As I mentioned back in February, I am trying to completely "green" my photography business, and in doing so, I have had to be creative with the many different ways my final products can be as eco-friendly as possible {while still making everything look pretty, of course}. I hope to give photographic updates here and there with where I am at in my eco-movement, so today I am sharing the story on the DVDs my clients receive. Instead of using DVD paper labels, I use lightScribe (a completely paperless way to label the disks). The paper that I do use is for shipping and DVD case labeling and it is 100% recycled. As for the cardboard elements, they are 100% recycled, and 100% smile-worthy in my mind.

Coming soon, I will share my many more eco-friendly endeavors and the awesome Brooklyn engagement portrait shoot of the lovely Jill + Sam. Can't wait!


  1. Where did you purchase the cases from? I am looking for the same thing.


  2. Hi Jennifer, is an amazing site that carries those cases. Good luck!

  3. Can I just say, this blog is what got me through the day today. Every time I read it, I just get more and more excited about what’s next. Very refreshing blog and very refreshing ideas


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