Yes, prints are better for looking at and sharing than looking at a screen I think. I've just started a project to digitise the family albums because many of the commercial prints therein have had it. This week was the start of the learning curve. I bought a scanner, which will be fine for most of the 25 years of pics, but the early stuff before we had a decent camera is on 110 film (the prints from the 1970s, early '80s are beyond saving). It is a bit surprising what can be got off of a 110 neg but no match for a digital camera. Photobooks are better than traditional albums. I've done two, both for family events. The fact that people can have their own copy is really good and I can still get copies from Blurb even though it is 8 years since I created the books.