I used to be an avid scrapbooker...when I took pictures with my 35 mm camera. Once my husband bought me an awesome digital camera (as a gift) I lost the desire to scrapbook. Now I simply upload my photos to my computer to Picasa (a free picture storage service from Google.) Once I have them uploaded into Picasa I can look at each one of them and make adjustments (crop it, take out red eye, lighten the picture, do it in black & white, sepia, or various other alterations.) I put them in albums and then upload them to my Picasa Web Album so I will have access to them from any computer I'm on. This will also save my pictures in case something happens to my computer. At the end of each year I make a backup CD (or more) of all the pictures from that year so I can then remove them from my computer because they do take up a lot of space. But they are still in my web album anytime I need to access them.
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