If you are anything like me, not only do you have boxes and boxes of traditional paper photographs but you also have hundreds (thousands?) of photos on your telephone or tablet. I’m having a hard enough time organizing my family’s photos. The thought of letting my digital photos get disorganized or lost throws me into something of a panic.
The good news is that today there are any number of resources to help you organize and store your digital photographs. The bad news is that you are still going to have to manage your traditional photographs yourself!
I have an iPhone so I’ve gravitated to storing my digital photos on iCloud. iCloud Photo Library stores every photo and video you take, and keeps them up to date on all your devices. Any edits you make are automatically updated everywhere. You can manually curate your photos into collections. On the whole if you are a Mac user, iCloud Photo Library is a good option.
However, I have been curious about other options, mostly because I would like something with more robust tools to help curate and organize photos. To learn more I went searching for informational articles that compare and contrast the options. Following is an article I discovered that is worth the time to read particularly if you value your images and want to preserve them for inclusion in your family genealogy. Happy reading and research!
Techlicious blog http://www.techlicious.com/tip/best-sites-to-store-photos-online/