Question by  anu93 (17)

What are my digital photo storage options?


Answer by  craftheart (392)

Some of the best ways to store digital photos include writeable media such as CD-R's and DVD-R's. A USB stick is one of th quickest ways to store your photos and easily transportable as well. Lastly, photos can be stored online. Photos can be upoaded to an online domain or you may download software for the same purpose.


Answer by  Baobao (1273)

It is easy to save them on your computer drive.If you have many, you can put them in your flash drive.You also can upload them to FLICKR and share with your friends.


Answer by  matthewseth (12)

There are several places one can store digital photos, these places include: Your computer's hard drive, CDROM's, and DVD's. Some people email an extra copy to themselves using a free email account so they can access their photos from any computer with internet connectivity.


Answer by  ewam (403)

You have a few options, you can put them on a CD, or a floppy disk. You could also leave them on your computer or memory cards.


Answer by  LeheckaG (1826)

"Off-line" options: - flash-memory cards - recordable or re-writable CD/DVDs - external hard-disk drive(s) - magnetic back-up tape? - paper? "On-line" options: - mirrored-pair(s) of hard-disk drives - on-line photo "sharing"/storage services: Flickr, Google, Kodak, PhotoBucket, ShutterFly, ... - on-line backup/storage services: aDrive, Carbonite, iBackUp, iDrive, JungleDisk, Mozy, XDrive, ...

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