DigMyPics Links Up With Google's Picasa

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DigMyPics customers can now transfer their scanned pictures to Picasa Web Albums. From there, they can enjoy all the easy to use features to get the most out of their digital prints.

This new service makes it a snap to bring those old photos out of the closet and into the cloud

DigMyPics.com, the web's leading photo scanning service, now offers to transfer customers' scanned photos directly to their Picasa Web Albums. Developed by Google, Picasa's fast and easy photo sharing has quickly become the standard for digital photo management.

"This new service makes it a snap to bring those old photos out of the closet and into the cloud," says Lucy Burk from DigMyPics, referencing the 'cloud computing' of online storage.

Picasa 3 is free to use and feature rich. Once your photos are moved into Picasa, you can organize, edit, share, and create slideshows, movie presentations, prints, CDs, and collages. The face recognition tool quickly identifies and labels many photos with one click. With the editing controls, red eye removal, color and lighting adjustments, retouching blemishes and scratches, has never been easier. You can share your albums with friends and family exclusively, or post your public album for the world to see. DigMyPics strives to offer new ways to rediscover old photo collections, by providing access to Picasa 3's extensive features.

For more information on photo scanning and Picasa, visit http://www.DigMyPics.com or http://www.digmypics.com/picasa.aspx.


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