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GLOBAL – Damian Dinning has been bestowing his wisdom of the Nokia N8 camera on us, this week. With all these fantastic hints and tips, we’re all set to get cracking with taking snaps. But what do we do with the pictures after the shoot? We asked you exactly that last week. We wanted to know if you left the pics on your phone, shared them with friends or launched them onto the Web. The votes have been counted and the results are in. What do you do with the pictures on your phone? Join us after the jump to find out.

Saving them onto your computer is a clear winner. Over 47 per cent of you get snappy and transfer them onto your mainframe. Is there a next step after that? Do you create a digital photo album? Turn them into a slide show? How do you transfer the pics – via a cable or using Bluetooth? It’ll be interesting to find out if the addition of the HDMI slot on the Nokia N8 changes things. Will you share on your TV, rather than the computer?

The second most popular option for your pics, is to upload them onto a social network. Do you share these with everyone, or keep them private? What social network do you use? Do you do a bit of sneaky editing before setting them live?

Interestingly, over 12 per cent of you keep all your pictures on your phone. A couple of years ago, we would have looked at you agog at the fact you share pictures on your phone. Now, with screen sizes getting bigger and phones quickly becoming portable digital photo frames, it doesn’t seem such a strange concept.

Fourth place goes to uploading your pictures onto a photo sharing website. Do you allow others to comment and rate your pics? Have you spotted one of your creations on another website?

Fifth and sixth place go to saving you pics on a memory card and sending them to friends.  Both, with four per cent of the vote each.

The wooden spoon is awarded to printing off your pictures. A mere two per cent of you voted for this option. Is this because we’re going greener, or is it just easier to share pics with friends and family online?

As ever, if you’ve got any alternative suggestions jot them down in the comments below. Also, if you’ve got your own site hosting your pics snapped with a Nokia phone, we’d love to hear from you. Drop in a link in the comments below.