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The Importance of Photo File Management

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 16 - 2016

Photo File Management

Photo File Management



As a photographer, have you ever counted the total frames you’ve shot in the course of a week? Does range from 500, 1000, to even 2000 photos a week? Now can you imagine the amount of photos you’ll produce in a year? Clearly, abundant. With so many photographs in your case, it’s probably quite a pain to sort through to find that one photo you need. But you can ease the process if you can have some sort of order in the archiving of your photo collection.

Here are some tips to help you manage your photos in your computer hard drive to ease in photo search and upkeep: Read the rest of this entry »

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