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    Default App to store sketches

    After apparently losing my sketchbook I was thinking of using an app to take photos as a backup. Something simple that stores then like pages but maybe can have tags has anyone come across anything like this?

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    Not specifically an app but you could create a secret Pinterest page and upload and store your images there then you can tag them as you like and invite people to view them as you wish.

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    That might work I'll have a look thanks!

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    if using your mobile, you could use 'the cloud', accessible from anywhere you have an internet connection, along with being able to keep them on your mobile (or even ipad). I save mine on my ipad and have albums - the photos upload to cloud and it is a good way to keep them.

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    My photos already do but I would want to easily store and tag as part of the process so they're not mixed with my million pictures of my baby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathryn Harrison View Post
    My photos already do but I would want to easily store and tag as part of the process so they're not mixed with my million pictures of my baby

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    awww, sounds wonderful. I have my cats these days! Lots of cat photos, terrible the amount really. I store mine (photos, not cats) in folders so they can be found more readily though. Saves trawling through a lot of oohing and ahhing on the way.
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    I am Laughing Dennis, it feels like I have Nancy on speed dial! lol

    Since my boy went to uni and completed his degree, I felt the pangs of the empty nest. The cats have been that little bit of company. They can come in my work room, but not on my work bench!

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    My poor cat is having to work for attention these days and it quite often comes with the danger of grasping baby hands. He's not scratched him so far so for Speckle that's some immense self control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallace View Post
    I am Laughing Dennis, it feels like I have Nancy on speed dial! lol

    Since my boy went to uni and completed his degree, I felt the pangs of the empty nest. The cats have been that little bit of company. They can come in my work room, but not on my work bench!
    How do you keep them off the bench?! Loki mostly sits on my windowsill or curls up in my lap if I'm doing something quiet like sanding, but if he really wants attention he marauds all over whatever I'm doing!

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