Every time I get/set up a new computer I transfer my family pictures to it. Recently I was "gathering" all the pictures I have on all my various computers to put on one Western Digital 3 terabyte external hard drive. In doing so I noticed that some of my pictures had become distorted for one reason or another.
(the photos below are not mine)
I run my anti-virus daily so I know that was not the problem. Evidently it was just some glitch in the system.
We have three desktops at home, I have two at work, and each of us have a laptop, a tablet, and of course a phone. Trying to make sure I have every picture from every device while not having a lot of duplicates can be quite a task.
This leads me to a question: Does anyone print their pictures anymore? Another question: How do you store them if you do? Every photo album I have has lost it's magic of holding the print in place and when you pick one (album) up 20 pictures fall out.
I've recently started to print pictures again but now that I am I'm wondering what to do with them. Thus far I'm filling up bulletin boards with them. I find the photo paper at thrift stores for next to nothing and I've been enjoying printing prints as large as 8 X 10 as well as 3 X 5 and 4 X 6. It's fun and it's an excuse to look at decades of photos.... but what am I going to do with them?