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Legacy Photomax solution for photo storage
Ralf Jurrien : April 8th 2006 - 01:17 CET
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Legacy PhotomaxLegacy Photomax solution for photo storage : Although the final figures aren’t yet tallied, the 2006 holiday season was a very good one for digital cameras. Chances are that in just about every household, one was either given as a gift, or received. So, now that all these new digital photographers are shooting away, what are they going to do with all the images? They don't know either! Millions of digital photos are taken every day, with the figure growing exponentially. The biggest problem most of us face is storage. What to do with all of these photos? LegacyPhotomax has the solution for the digital photo storage dilemma. The best time to start organizing the photos is before they're spread out all over the place.
Legacy Photomax solution for photo storage Organize digital images
Organizing the digital images into folders on a computer’s hard drive is one option...with two major dangers. If the hard drive crashes, all of the images could be lost forever. And, images take up a lot of hard drive space, making the hard drive more likely to crash. So, a back-up is necessary. Backing the photos up onto a CD is great, until the CD is lost. Then there's always the possibility of a disaster, a fire, flood, hurricane or earthquake and again, the family’s most precious possessions, their photos, are lost forever.

Print & Store digital photos
Some novice digital photographers simply take the memory cards to their local photo kiosk, print the pictures, and erase the card to re-use. This is even worse than the old analog film way of doing things because there aren't any negatives to use in the event something happens to the prints. So, some people just keep piling up the memory cards! Not only is this impractical, they have no way to see what pictures are on each card and no way to enjoy those photos. It’s also prohibitively expensive.

About LegacyPhotomax - Free photo storage service
South Florida based Legacy Group Unlimited has the solution. LegacyPhotomax teaches anyone with photos how to Preserve, Organize, Share and Enjoy them both the new digital ones and the old paper photos that are rapidly fading, peeling and in danger of being destroyed. LegacyPhotomax is a free, user-friendly service that gives everyone 5GB of storage (that’s 2-5000 photos or more, depending on image size), a free password-protected website, a no-nonsense, no-kidding, never delete your photos guarantee (even without making a single purchase), and the ability to share the photos with anyone, worldwide, also for free. They also offer just about anything one could ever want to make from those images, from leather-bound photo books to Hollywood-quality DVDs. Also available are all the novelty items: mugs and shirts, tote bags and jigsaw puzzles, even jewelry and paint-by-number kits, and lots more, all made from photographs. To get started, just visit legacyphotomax’s web site, and sign up for a free account. All that's required is an email address and password. Max, the Jack Russell terrier mascot, walks the user through the site step by step. For the computer-shy, Legacy Group offers free P.O.S.E. workshops to teach everyone how to Preserve, Organize, Share and Enjoy your photos.

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