I was recently introduced to the Picture Keeper, a simple way to store your photos. Just plug and save. I have literally thousands of photos on my computer without backing up to any type of external hard-drive. Instead I catch myself rarely deleting photos from my various SD cards and end up just purchasing more SD cards. I’m always scared the moment I delete a photo it will end up lost forever.
One of my favorite ways to use the Picture Keeper is to save full albums from a specific event and head to the photo kiosk at Walmart to have selected photos printed.
My mom and I will both take hundreds of photos at every family gathering. Months later we will see one of the photos the other took and realize we missed a great shot and didn’t take the opportunity to share with one another.
Using the Picture Keeper I can let my mom download all of my photos without letting her borrow my SD card and without going through all the trouble of emailing gigantic files in multiple emails to include all the photos.
Since the Picture Keeper works similar to a USB you can also send it to places like YesVideo to have all your digital images put onto a DVD or Blu-ray without the worry of being without your SD card.
I am giving away one PK4 Picture Keeper to a lucky reader. The PK4 stores up to 4,000 photos. With the software installed on the Picture Keeper you simply plug it into your computer’s USB drive and the Picture Keeper will find the photo files on your computer and save them in the format you already have. All folders and album names will be stored for easy access and organization.
Full Disclosure: I received a complimentary PK4 Picture Keeper for purposes of this review. All opinions are my own.