Do you still get your photographs developed and put them into photo albums?
Do you love taking photos and have a cupboard or shelves full of photo albums? With all the digital technology, have you stopped getting them developed and just view them on your computer or tv or do you have a digital photo frame? Or do you get them printed into photo books?
Whoa, That sounds so old-school! No, I haven't done that in a long time. I just leave it on my computer folders and print only when needed. Most are displayed in frames.
It has been ages since I made an actual album. But I used to and they also included other objects related to the album - such as tickets/dry pressed leaves etc... They were so charming! And it is amazing how much we forget, for example about a journey. I actually think that we lost since we stopped putting photos together in albums. Usually the flood of digital photographs gets burried on some computer harddrive and at some point we stop looking at it altogether, or the harddrive eventually gives up. I personally don't like the look of the ready-made albums you can order for your digital photographs... I think it is an over-all question how we treat photographs in our lives - everybody nowadays has a high end camera and a smart phone and thousands of photos are being uploaded on facebook and such likes daily... I think what really makes the album making worth it (and that could as well be a digital album) is that you actually take your time to sort out some good photographs and then tell a story. Memories kept this way a much sweeter than just an unnamed folder on a hardrive...
by Poethepoet 13 months ago
Do you feel the art of collecting actual photographs in photo albums has become a thing of the past?
by Cindy Murdoch 6 years ago
There is a new heading on the my account page called photos. It has all the photos I have used in all my hubs, and since I have used some more than once, they appear more than once. I was considering deleting the extras but then feared that they may disappear from the hubs in which they were used....
by Virginia Kearney 2 years ago
Hi--I want to reorganize my photos in my HubPages albums and since only a few of the albums pop up when I want to use them, I'd like to delete some and rename others. Unfortunately, I can't find any information on how to do that. Does anyone have some help? I end up uploading the...
by Laura Schneider 5 years ago
How to reproduce (tested on IE10 and FireFox):1. Go to your profile page.2. Click [Your Name]-->my account from the top-most menu bar.3. On the main selection bar, select Photos.4. Find a photo that has not yet been added to an album.5. Click choose an album.6. A partial list of my albums...
by PhoenixV 5 years ago
How Can You Block People From Seeing Your Photos And Photo Albums On Facebook?How Can You Block People From Seeing Your Photos And Photo Albums On Facebook?
by Kelly Kline Burnett 6 years ago
I am searching for a way to segregate my photos from those which I own the copyright and those that I have borrowed.Additionally, I would like to delete or archive many which I have simply for one time use.My plan is to pin my own copyright photos to Pinterest - if I am accepted in their...
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