In the recent past, we photographers tended to limit our shots since we may have only had one roll of film on us at any given time.
However, now that we are shooting almost exclusively on digital media (with seemingly limitless storage), we are overwhelmed by thousands of pictures, sometimes forgotten on our phone or memory cards. Digital files promise convenience and instant accessibility, but they still need to be organized and archived just as prints would!
Most photos we take today are born digital—in other words, they are created by a digital camera or camera phone and only exist in a digital format. Keeping up with the seemingly endless flood of digital photos from our phones, cameras, tablets, and other devices can be daunting.
In this course you will learn how to create a basic structure for organizing your photos without any special software. Your digital photo archive will be forward compatible, and will not be restricted to any specific platform. The instruction is not restricted to only Mac or PC users. It will work across any operating system.
In this two-hour workshop, I will help you locate and gather all of your digital images into one place, and we will set up the basic structure for a simple and functional digital photo archive. The organizing process takes time, so the course will be devoted to setting up a system that works for you, that you can them implement at home and on any computer.