I was just wondering how the rest of you handle all of the bird photos you take. Do you print all/some of them? And if so, how do you store them (photo album, box?) Or do you just store them on your computers (or someplace else)?
Reason I was asking is that I just started getting into bird photography at beginning of this year, and I have spent a FORTUNE on ink cartridges for my inkjet printer. They average $12.99 for each color/cartridge, so everytime I need all 3 colors it costs me over $38.00, not to mention photo paper. I know there are laser printers available but from what I know they aren't nearly as nice for printing photos.
Recently, I decided not to print most of my pictures; only if it's a new species or a really good shot. I put all my previous photos into a photo box, and I have ONE album, with ONE bird of each species (5x7 or 8x10) (or male and female if they are different).
Can anyone offer any input on this with your own methods?