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Thread: To save or not to save

  1. #11
    I never gave it much thought as to saving web sized LOs. Once they are posted I don't see a need for them but I still back them up and I still have many in my files on computer. I save all my files to flash drives and CD's--especially the important things like the kits I've bought and my pictures. I guess I need to do the same with my regular sized LOs as I have been really slack in that area.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Secret Underground Lair in South Florida
    I save all 3. I find it particularly useful to save the small web image as I post to multiple galleries and can also use it if I want to email it to a friend or family member to preview. I have moved all of my scrapbooking files to a large EHD so they don't clutter up my computer. I have them backed up on another computer and another EHD. (Backups are HUGE at my house!)

  3. #13
    I save them all... mainly because the file managers do not show me the thumbnails of the .psd files.. so I rely on the .jpgs to know which file I'm looking for LOL. Make sense? Besides with 3T of space.. I'm hardly running short at the moment. That could change... lol

  4. #14
    I keep the *.PSD files (so I can edit later If PSD goes out of format I'll convert the format at that time).

    I also save a *.Tiff file that goes into my screen saver folder (this is my album, because I don't print anymore)

    Then finally I have a folder titled WEB that I save the *.jpg file to upload. Every couple months I go back and delete these.

    I prefer the larger tiff files rather than jpg, because all my old scrapbook pages are puny and look like sh*t when you try to stretch the jpg to get a good view of the page. With TB harddrives at $100 I just buy another hard drive.

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