So sadly, there are only a handful of photos for the first few decades of my life, none of which are digital.
Then in 2007 my world forever changed. I was gifted with my very own DSLR.
With this amazing gift came new opportunities to capture and seize life's beautiful, fleeting moments like never before.
Simple moments like catching bullfrogs.
Or becoming pirates.
Jumping in leaves.
To name a few.
Now take these fleeting moments and multiply them by several thousand. That would be the number of photos I currently possess in some capacity or another.
Unfortunately with this new found digital photography came the photo storage conundrum. Whether you use a top dollar digital single-lens reflex camera, a small point and shoot, or a smart phone, the storage dilemma is the same.
I have been through 2 computers and 3 external hard drives since that first digital camera and my newest 2Terabyte is filling up as we speak. So how does one properly preserve these fleeting moments?
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If you have your memories scattered about the net, This Life is perfect for you. It grabs photos from facebook, twitter, shutterfly, flickr, instagram and more and instantly uploads it to one central location, the cloud. It allows you to have control over what you share and who you share it with.
It syncs to your iphone. And you can even download the desktop uploader, allowing you to drag and drop your photos which syncs directly to your bubble.
And if that wasn't enough, This Life also has a photo enhancement feature as well as facial recognition technology, making it a win-win and the perfect photo storage solution. I'm sold.
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