I don't think I'm old, (because I'm not really), but I actually make some of our staff laugh when I tell them that we didn't have the internet at school and that we didn't have mobile phones, especially not ones with cameras in... (they were still a bit Del Boy when I was young!).
One of them this morning looked at me like an alien when I talked about Mary Berry, and it transpired that the other one has never seen Back To The Future (what is the world coming to?!).
Anyway, during my recent sort out I found a photo album from when cameras were cameras. It covered a few different events, from a holiday with my parents to a school trip in the Lake District. Which brings me to my point. Photos and the number of photos we have these days. Back when you had 24 or 36 shots per roll and each roll would cost money both to by and to get developed, you were a little bit more careful with how many shots you snapped.
These days with most of us having cameras on our phones we are able to snap away like we're all paparazzi! As a result I have way too many photos. Now don't get me wrong... I don't think this is *all* bad. Of course I LOVE having a decent camera in my pocket all the time and having all these photos, especially of my beautiful hounds! And there is a lot to be said for being able to take a second, third or fourth photo when you don't get the shot you want first time.
But how the heck do you organise them all? I know the first step is being better at deleting bad photos and when I've taken 2 or 3 of the same thing being sure to pick the best one and chucking the other two. But once that is done, how do you organise the thousands of photos you collect on your phone and computer? Please let me know what works for you best. I have an iPhone and use a Windows computer ... if you use any particular programs, a tag system or anything else, please share as I'm interested to learn!
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