We had visited 6 civil war battlefields and since they are so much alike, I decided that when we left one battlefield and were driving to the next one, I would take a picture of the clock in our car. When I went to upload the pictures and label them, I had no problem knowing which was the last picture of one battlefield and which was the start of the next one. This might come in handy as the Christmas season approaches as well!
By aprilcotton from Aurora, CO
Tips to help you organize your digital photographs. Post your ideas.
Adobe Photoshop has several options for saving. If you save the image directly using "Save" it will save it as a .psd file which is only viewable in Photoshop. Make sure you change the option at the bottom of the save box to ".jpg" which should be viewable on any computer.
Susan from ThriftyFun
What is the best way to store digital photos for quick and easy viewing? A tablet or a digital frame? I want to be able to pull it out much like an old fashioned photo album, not to have it running constantly. I also want to be able to organize pictures into groups the same way I have them organized into folders on my computer. I have seen the Kodak Pulse, but am concerned it may not last as long as a tablet.
If you can afford a tablet, they're fun toys and useful for checking email, etc. However, if you really just want a photo album and don't think you'll take advantage of the other tablet uses, then you'd be wasting money.