Digital Photo Options

No doubt you have thousands of photos stored on your memory card, lying low in your email, or sleeping on your computer. Will we ever see our photos again?

Here are three easy ways to make sure your photos get the attention they deserve.

  1. The Digital Photo Frame : All you need to do is insert you memory card into the frame. The frame acts as a slide show which changes your photos every few seconds. These come in small portable versions or larger ones for displaying like a traditional photo frame.
    Digital photo frames are available from Harvey Norman and costs range from $399 - $899.
    www.harveynorman.com.au
  2. Windows Movie Maker: It is surprisingly easy to use. All you need to do is choose your song and then add in your photos. And then you can burn it to cd or dvd and you’ve given life to your photos and created your own personalised video clip. They are a great gift idea.
    Available with all your standard Windows software.
  3. Photo Teller Kiosk : Print out your photos on your own personal printer on high quality photographic paper, but if that all sounds too hard, just go to your local photo shop and use one of their kiosks. Simply insert your memory card, and then choose from the range of options, resize, add text, etc and print. Alternatively you can leave your memory card at the photo print shop and they can do it all for you.

 
 

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