Five great ways to store family photos

Affordable services like Dropbox, Flickr, Shutterfly, SmugMug and Google Drive have made archiving and sharing happy snaps on the cloud a cinch.

As a photographer, I often find myself caught between impetuous models and their ravenous fans. I am, of course, talking about my children and their grandparents.

Keeping the photos coming can be a lot of work. I take many spur-of-the-moment shots on my phone, which I rarely connect to my computer. And my laptop has less storage than before, because I now rely on fast, lower-capacity, solid-state drives.

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