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New E-Book Available to Help Manage and Share Digital Images
by Laura Hicks -  4/25/2013

A new e-book from veteran journalists Greg Scoblete and Michael McEnaney is now available for download. The book -- From Fleeting to Forever: A guide to Enjoying and preserving Your Digital Photos and Videos -- was designed to help consumers manage, share and enjoy their digital photos. With billions of images taken every year, this moderately priced e-book could really come in handy.

From Fleeting to Forever explains how you can organize your massive collection of photos, including those from prints to digital camera and smartphone photos. It also details how to bring those digital images out of your phone and computer and into the real world. This includes unique products such as prints on glass and bamboo, canvas wall art, 3D prints, photo merchandise and much more. Each chapter combines a comprehensive overview of the subject as well as recommendations and links to service providers so that readers can immediately begin creating the products they've been reading about.

The book is co-authored by Greg Scoblete and Michael McEnaney, two veteran journalists who have covered the photo and technology industries for a wide variety of print and online publications. McEnaney was most recently publisher and editor-in-chief of Picture Business Magazine as well as the editorial director of the TechnologyTell network. Scoblete is currently the editor of RealClearTechnology and has contributed to numerous photo publications including Photo District News, Digital Photographer, Digital Photo Pro and Photo Industry Reporter.

The new e-book is compatible with all e-readers available on the market and retails for $6.99 at AmazoniTunesSony and Kobo bookstores.

The authors have also launched Your-Digital-Life.com, a website dedicated to expanding on the themes covered in From Fleeting to Forever. So after you checked out DigitalCameraReview.com for reviews and news, head on over to their website to see what you can do with your images after you have bought your camera.