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January 18, 2007


sherri k

I use snapfish. I know there are a lot of processors out there. The only thing is it takes a while to upload. I like the price, the quality, and all the things you can do at snapfish. I made a really awesome calender in their projects area with pictures of my mother for myself and 6 brothers and sisters. She passed on in August of 2006. This calender is incredible. Anyhoo... I use the free adobe photoshop beginner thing to organize my pictures. It takes more time when initially downloading but I really like the features. I can tag photos with names and events. So if I am looking for a photo of certain person, I can search by that person's name and pull up all the photos they are in. Same with a specific event. I taught myself how to use the program so it can't be too difficult and it is FREE. It has basic editing capabilities - redeye, cropping, contrast. I purchased the Creative Memories Organizing tool and at one time had about five different types of software on my PC. But I got frustrated and decided I had to learn to use ONE. Crazy that I chose the Free one over the one I PAID for. I honestly can't say whether I like the CM one or not. Once I started organizing with Adobe, I didn't want to organize all over again in a different software. Just wanted to let you know what I use.
Sherri K


I have Paint Shop Photo Album and Picasa. I like both of them, although only PS lets me resize photos. Picasa is fun to play with. As for printing, I print what I want at home. I actually need to print out just as many photos as you. That is one of my resolutions, to print out pics and put them in albums, and only print doubles of the photos I want to scrap on my home printer (which is excellent). I like snapfish and i like kodak (of course).

Lisa Renee

I think the best place for photo storage is the Kodak sight. I have pictures stored there from four years ago, and as long as you order pictures from there at least once a year (maybe twice) they will continue to let you keep your photos stored. Additionally, this is a great site because if I take photos of other people, I send them an e-mail where they can view and then order their own photos.

I too have a photo printer at home which works good, but if I have a lot of photos which need printer, I prefer to send them to a company for them to process.


Ringo might be helpful. I have been signed up for it for a while but never used it. I will attempt to upload my vacation pictures sometime this weekend to it to see how it works.



I organize mine in Adobe Organizer, but I print from home as well. I like the convience of it. I also save them on a CD, in case anything happens.


I have Paintshop Pro Photo Album, and I use RitzCamera.com for online storage and for most of my printing. I love the variety of sizes and the quality of their printing.

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