What do you do with photos after scanning them?

What to do with original photos after scanning?

We’ve included ideas for upcycling those old photos in our list below.

  1. Scan Pictures. Digitizing old photos is a great option. …
  2. Upload Images to the Cloud. …
  3. Create a Collage. …
  4. Make a Scrapbook. …
  5. Create Your Family Tree. …
  6. Recycle Negatives with GreenDisk. …
  7. Transform Negatives Into Art. …
  8. Digitize Negatives.

What is the best way to store scanned photos?

The main options for storing your digitized images are on your computer, on external drives, or in cloud storage. Thumb drives can also be used for lower volumes of photos. I recommend picking one of these options and backing up your files to a second (and even a third) of the options.

What do you do with all your digital photos?

What to do with all those digital pictures

  1. Choose photo-editing software. Got years of photos stored on your computer? …
  2. Get organized. …
  3. Digital slideshow. …
  4. Create a website. …
  5. Book It! …
  6. Make presents. …
  7. Scrapbook sans glue! …
  8. Short-on-time scrapbooking.

How do I save a scanned picture to my computer?

Home Mode

  1. Load your document.
  2. Click the Scan tab.
  3. Choose the Document Type and Scan Size.
  4. Click Scan.
  5. The scanned image will be displayed in the image viewer. Confirm and edit (if necessary) the scanned image.
  6. Click Save.
  7. The Save dialog will appear. Configure the settings, and click OK.

Should you throw away old photos?

Generally, it’s not advisable to throw away negatives because you can use them to bring your photo back to life if the picture gets lost or damaged. But if you have no other use for the film, you can try sending them to a local company for recycling.

Should I shred old photos?

If you’re going through a box of old pictures, don’t just toss out the duplicates — shred them. Thieves can use your old pictures or, even worse, old IDs maliciously.

Where can I save pictures permanently?

What Are Your Choices?

  1. Amazon Photos. Pros: Unlimited storage, automatic photo uploading, photo printing service. …
  2. Apple iCloud. Pros: Free but limited storage, automatic photo uploading. …
  3. Dropbox. Pros: Free but limited storage. …
  4. Google Photos. …
  5. Microsoft OneDrive. …
  6. Nikon Image Space. …
  7. Shutterfly. …
  8. Sony PlayMemories Online.

Where can I store all my photos?

Google Photos is a great resource for both organizing and editing photos that requires little to no work on your part. The Google Photos app — available on iOS and Android — can back up your photos to your Gmail account.

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