Four Most Important Photo Organization Fundamentals

Recently I choose four of my most recommended fundamental tips for digital photo organization for a short 5 -7 minute presentation. They very important much-follow tips are:

1. Chronological Folder Names…the 1st fundamental.
2. Backup…the most important for having your photos decades from now.
3. Data Tagging…the most important for being able to find images.
4. Sharing…keep your source collection intact while duplicating on sharing sites.

The video presentation is posted here. The recording volume is a little low so you may need to turn it up. I’m a little slow getting started but it picks up!

Glenn Rogers, PMP       

GRR Systems, Inc.       

888-808-0381  ∙  918-919-0340

Skype  ∙  dbgallery

http://GRRSystems.com

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About Glenn Rogers

Developer of DBGallery: Photo DATAbase System. Also a photographer who has been selling photos for 10 years, and a professionally certified project manager.
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