Summer is finally here and everyone is ready to enjoy the nice weather, barbecues and vacations; and while you spend more time with family and friends you want to capture these moments. Whether you use a cell phone or digital camera, if you need a suggestion with what to do with all of your pictures, continue reading.
If you are looking for some storage space, Shutterfly and Snapfish offer an unlimited amount of picture storage. Both offer a variety of pick up locations for printed photos – like CVS, Walgreens and Duane Reed. You can organize your photos by album and never have to fear of pictures getting deleted. Take a look at their websites for more information on the products and services they have to offer you.
For people that would like to share their pictures with friends, Photobucket and Flickr are great options. With a click of a button, you can share photos on Facebook and Twitter. However, keep in mind, on Photbucket, if you need more than 500 megabytes of storage (roughly 150 pictures) you will need to pay about 25 dollars per year.
There are many options to choose from when deciding a place to store your pictures. Make sure you spend some time investigating before making a decision. You need to know that your pictures are secure, if the program offers the features you are looking for, and if there is a fee involved. So snap away all the pictures you want this summer and most importantly enjoy!