I use Picasa on my mac and I'm beginning to run out of hard drive space, primarily due to my large RAW photo collection. Unfortunately Picasa web albums don't alway you to sync the RAW files, but instead convert and sync a lower quality .jpg file. I have my RAW photos backed up on my Apple Time Capsule, but I already had one Time Capsule hard drive fail on me so I don't trust keeping my photos and videos just there. I'm already paying for 80GB of Google space so backing up here would make sense. However, it looks like kind of a pain as I would have to go into each individual folder and load the individual files up in a step by step process. In addition to this being tedious, I would lose the file format organization structure on my Mac hard drive. Here are my questions: 1) Is there a quick way to upload folders of photos to Google Docs so that this organization structure is maintained? 2) If not, is there a quick way to merge all my photo folders into one giant folder so that I can upload everything to Google Docs with a quick highlight all and one upload click? 3) Am I better off signing up with another storage option for my raw photos and reducing my google storage account? I'm a student on a budget so cost is an issue. Also, the other thing I am hoping to do is to actually remove all my photos from my mac hard drive, to keep the space available, and keep all my photos in just two locations: 1) time capsule; 2) online. I already received the following suggestion, which would be tedious and would cause me to lose my file folder organization. But is this the only way? "Put them all into one folder, right-click on it, and tell it to archive the folder. Voila, you now have a single compressed .zip file that you can upload to Google's webspace. They won't be available individually, but they'll be backed up. Access your Time Capsule for individual photos and upload a new zipped file to the webspace now and then." Thank you for your help and ideas!