Why Save Originals?

Have you kept your original slides, negatives, movie tapes, and/or reels? Saving those original items have a greater benefit than you think.

If you’re on the momentum to downsize or have watched “Tidying Up” on Netflix, then you might be inclined to toss it all away. However, I would caution you not to do so. Here are a few reasons for saving the originals.

NOTE: As I’m writing this article, I realize this is from the perspective in the “ideal” world. Not everyone is fortunate enough to have the original photo, slide, negative or movie. Even so, the same concept would apply. My belief is that no matter the quality, if that’s the only copy you have, or can lay your hands on, then that is better than not having it at all. And we do our best with what we have.

Introducing Mylio: Memory-management software

Mylio Certified PartnerI want to introduce you to Mylio.  This is an awesome photo organization & management tool that puts all your digital images at your fingertips — from your mobile to your desktop devices, at anytime.   Even when you’re not connected to the internet.  In other words,  Mylio organizes, protects and enables access to all your photos and videos across all your mobile and desktop devices with or without the cloud.  You can even share your favorite photos with others!

Have you felt yourself wondering where some of your photos have gone to?  Not sure how to get your photos of your smartphone?  Traveling with no Internet access?

Private Cloud vs Public Cloud: The difference

So, why am I writing about “the cloud”?  As technology continues to advance, I’m challenged (in a healthy way) to keep up with my technical skills and all the options available for saving, syncing and sharing digital photos and other important documents; and I want to share that information with you.  If you’re looking into cloud backup or storage options for your digital photos and/or other documents; this is for you; whether or not you are currently using a cloud service, or just getting started.