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It has lots of small pockets for glue, scissors etc and some
bigger pockets for the actual gift wrap, although if you buy more than a couple
of rolls of gift wrap, it's best to find a separate place to store it.
Over the years I have accumulated an astounding number of pictures and rolls of negatives. They were scattered all over the house in numerous boxes and albums that it started to get out of hand. A few weeks ago I decided to organize my collection of memories into something more together than scattered boxes. I have found that sorting developed pictures was really easy because you just put them all in albums and the problem of organization is solved, negatives on the other hand are a little more complicated.
Like developed pictures you have to protect your negatives from water, but they are also sensitive to dust and hands touching them. Since they can get easily scratched up you have to store them somewhere they won't get played with. You also have to keep them flat because if they get rolled up or folded they will be hard to use or even impossible to make more prints of the images on them.
What you want to do is get some clear plastic negative sleeves. A sleeve can hold an entire roll of 24 exposures so you can store a whole roll together. If you were some what organized before we started you should have information about the rolls of film like when they were taken and where. Using a pen or a sharpie you can lable the negatives for easy access.
Then all you need is a 3 ring binder to store all your negative sleeves in. If you want to get reallly organized you can even create a system of organization for your ablums so you can label the sleeves with the album information so you can easily find the corsponding prints.
The time that is takes to organize your library of photos depends on how many you have to begin with and how organized you were to begin with. I have been working on this for two weeks now and am almost finished!
For Mac, use iPhoto, or if you are more experienced with digital photography, try Aperture.
For Windows, you can use Picasa or digiKAM.
**Picasa and digiKAM will also work for Mac, but iPhoto and Aperture will not work for PC.
"iPhoto makes managing your photos as easy as taking them. It helps you
organize your photos so you can find them fast. Edit them so they look
their best. And share them with your friends and family."
"You've taken a great shot. Now you're ready to make it even better.
Aperture 3 gives you all the tools you need to turn your photography
into so much more."
"Picasa is a software download from Google, that helps you organize,
edit, and share your photos. The local application usage and the online
storage up to 1 GB is free, and it is easy to use. The online version is
called Picasa Web Albums."
"digiKam is an advanced digital photo management application for
linux/KDE, which makes importing and organizing digital photos a "snap".
The photos are organized in albums which can be sorted chronologically,
by folder layout or by custom collections."
select MENU, then ORGANIZER, select FILE MANAGER,then CAMERA ALBUM(or where ever the pic is stored i.e PICTURES) then selct the picture you want to delete... Press OPTIONS (look at button bottom left of screen) and you will find DELETE....YAY
The IR-500 allows you to create custom photo albums that can be organized in 12 separate albums for easy viewing. Each album can hold up to 100 images. As a result, users can carry their favorite photos right in the camera, and enjoy viewing them wherever and whenever they wish.