Photo Storage Exploration @EVC

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from: Longevity Explorers | Eskaton Village Carmichael

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Eskaton Village Explorer circle members discuss their methods of storing and organizing photos.

One member stores photos by year, since they are tagged by date for easy reference. Photos from trips may be organized and stored in sub-directories.

Various proprietary software products store and organize photos, but vary widely in ease of use.

Explorer Marilyn shared that a relative had taken many photos at a family reunion, and then put them on a photo hosting site called Flickr for family to access and download. 

Smugmug is also mentioned as a photo sharing and storage site, as is Shutterfly, where photo files can be arranged and sent to a website which prints them and binds them into a book. 

Learn more: Smugmug, Shutterfly, Flickr

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from the Eskaton Village Carmichael circle discussion April 14th, 2016.

 

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Key words: 
Photo storage and sharing