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Santa Brought you a Digital Camera--Now What?

Although the final figures aren�t yet tallied, the 2006 holiday season was a very good one for digital cameras. Chances are you either received one� or you gave one! So, now that you�re shooting away, what do you do with all the images? If you don�t know, you�re not alone! 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?

The best time to start organizing your photos is before you have them spread out all over the place. Organizing the digital images into folders on your computer�s hard drive is one option�with two major dangers: If the hard drive crashes, all of your images could be lost forever. And, images take up a lot of hard drive space, making your drive more likely to crash! So, you need to back up those images.

You can get a backup program, and back up of all the photos on CDs. Great� unless you lose the CDs� or have a fire, flood, hurricane or earthquake. Again, your family�s most precious possessions�your photos�are lost forever!

The same is true for those who 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 film way of doing things because you don�t have the negatives in the event something happens to the prints. So, some people just keep piling up the memory cards! Not only is this impractical�you have no idea what pictures are on each card�it�s also ridiculously expensive!

South Florida based Legacy Group Unlimited has the solution! Legacy will show you how to Preserve, Organize, Share and Enjoy your photos� both the new digital ones and the old paper photos that are rapidly fading, peeling and in danger of being destroyed.

It�s a free, user-friendly service that gives everyone 5GB of storage (that�s 2-5000 photos, depending on image size), a free password-protected website, a no-nonsense, no-kidding, never delete your photos guarantee (even if you never purchase a single print!), the ability to share the photos you want to share with whomever you want to share them�anywhere in the word�also for free! Plus they offer just about anything you 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 your photographs.

To get started, just visit www.legacyphotomax.com, and sign up for your free account. All you need is an email address and you�ll be asked to create a password. Max, the Jack Russell terrier mascot, walks you through the site step by step. But if you�re computer-shy, Legacy Group offers free P.O.S.E. workshops to teach you how to Preserve, Organize, Share and Enjoy your photos! Just call 305-653-1159 or email legacydigital@gmail.com to schedule your workshop today! Outside of South Florida, the Legacy Group also offers free online workshops.

Submitted by:

Nicole Sandler

Nicole Sandler is a South Florida-based entrepreneur. A 26-year radio veteran, she started her own video production business to help people preserve and pass down their family histories (legacyvideoproductions.com). She expanded her business by teaming up with Photomax to help clients preserve, organize, share and enjoy all of their photos easily and economically. Her website is www.legacyphotomax.com, or you can reach Nicole at legacydigital@gmail.com.


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