Gone are the days when you had to take film to your local store to see what pictures you had taken and how they turned out. With new advances in technology, almost everyone who takes photos does so in a digital form, whether it’s with a point-and-shoot camera, a higher-end digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) or (most popularly) a trusty smart phone. However, when you take away the need to get film developed, it brings up another issue—what do you do with digital photos once they are taken?
Everyone has a horror story of losing precious images because they lost their phone or their hard drive crashed. The moral of those stories is that keeping your photos on your smart phone or camera without backing them up or printing them is usually a bad idea. Wondering what you should do with your digital photos? Here are some smart ideas.