I have 2 regular digital photo frames, plus 1 large digital photo frame I made myself from an old laptop. Here’s how to put a photo slideshow on your laptop
Photo Editing, Organizing & Sharing
With the most basic digital photo frames costing $50 or less, they’re affordable, fun, and perhaps the perfect gift for some of the people on your list.
If you’ve always wanted PhotoShop, but couldn’t afford it, now you can use PhotoShop for FREE! Adobe PhotoShop Express is their new online photo editing program. It’s got about 17 cool features, and lacks a couple too. But it’s great for free!
Save a ton on photo printing services simply by checking out PrintRates.com. If you print out your digital photos online (or even at local stores like Walgreens, CVS, and Walmart), then you’ll LOVE this site because it compares the prices for all of the online photo printing sites — right in one place, and in a millisecond!
Here’s the latest scoop on Adobe’s new online photoshop program. Photoshop for FREE?… Yep!
For editing digital photos, Photoshop is great, but it’s not for everyone! Here are some photo editors that have received top ratings. Some are programs you can download or buy, others are available online for FREE! Pick one to remove red-eye, resize, crop, rotate, lighten, darken, or apply fun effects.
With the rise in digital photography, it’s easier than ever to accumulate hundreds… if not thousands of digital photographs! Whether you use a software program to organize your photos or not, here are some tips for keeping tabs on all of your digital photos.
How many pictures do YOU take daily?… weekly?… yearly? And what are you doing with all of those images? Here are some ideas…
I spent much of today researching, and then playing with Sharpcast! It’s a brand new photo organizer, but much MUCH more. Sharpcast lets you sync your photos on your desktop, your laptop, your cellphone, your PDA… anywhere you want access to your entire collection of digital photos. Plus, Sharpcast is a great tool for backing up photos and sharing them too. Check it out!
If you’ve got digital photos from a camera phone or digital camera, then you’re probably looking for fun new ways to: A) share your photos with others; and B) organize all your pictures in some meaningful order. Here are a bunch of resources to help you with all your online photo needs, including some reviews of the most popular online photo sharing services.
There are 3 ways to get digital photos from your camera to your computer: 1. Attach the cable that comes with the camera to your computer’s USB port (free!) 2. Use a stand-alone card reader that accepts one or more…
If you’ve got a digital camera, then you probably have a LOT of digital photos. You need to find a good way to organize and store all the photos you take! For storing, organizing, and tagging all of your photos with keywords (so it’s easy to find photos in a search), I use Adobe PhotoShop Album. Here’s why I like it…