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Over the past decade of being a professional photo organizer, I’ve heard my fair share of excuses as to why it’s so hard to get organized. The reasons range all the way from practical and yes – completely valid – to the other end of the spectrum (i.e. “the dog ate my homework”). In this article we break down two of the best photo organizing methods and why they work for different people. Read more at OrganizingPhotos.net
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Photo Organizing Training & Digital Organization Help

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Using Google Photos for your memories? Here's what you need to know!
How to Pick the Right Photo Management Software | OrganizingPhotos.net What Exactly is a Photo Management System? A photo management system is a workflow with the use of one or more photo management softwares to ensure the overall management of your photo collection. #photographer #organizer #organize
Another year has come and gone, so we thought we’d look back at what we chatted about this year on the blog! Quite a bit, as it turns out! If you’ve missed any of our posts, take this opportunity to read and pin everything in one place! Enjoy! #photography #professionalorganizer #organizer #photos

Photo Digital Organizing Tips & Ideas

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How to Create a Photo & Video Slideshow with iMovie for Mac
We’ve reviewed a ton of slideshow makers here on the blog over the past few years, for example ProShow Gold, FilmoraGO, Shotcut, Microsoft Photos, and iMovie, and today, we have yet another gem for you – the Movavi Slideshow Maker. #organize #Movavi #photos #slideshow
How to Create Powerful Video Slideshows to Enjoy Your Memories #organizing

Creating Slideshows & Videos

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Scanning Goes Mobile: An In-Depth Review of Photomyne
Can I scan that photo legally? Understanding copyright and fair use
3 Ways to View Old Slides and Negatives (Without Scanning a Thing!) | OrganizingPhotos.net

Scanning & Digitizing Photos and Memorabilia

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Dealing with Multiple Edits & Versions
The Journey of the Pixel, Part 3: Culling Your Photos in Lightroom
5 Great Tips on How to Cull Your Photos to Make the Best Ones Shine | OrganizingPhotos.net

Deduplication & Decluttering Your Digital Photos & Files

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How to Create Photo Books within Apple Photos using Mimeo
Here's how to install extension in Apple Photos to create projects with external vendors!
My iCloud Storage is Full - Should I Upgrade? | OrganizingPhotos.net #photography #photos #organize #icloud

Apple Photos App & iCloud Tips (Storage & Organization)

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Genealogy is a fascinating pursuit, and we (as enthusiasts) often spend countless hours researching our family’s history to understand where we came from and who our ancestors were. We puzzle together the stories using records, and if we’re lucky enough, photos. But how do we communicate what we have found to others? How do we ensure that they know who is who? Well, writing and compiling books and reports is one way, but metadata is the other way. Here's how that's done with photos!
Why You Should Use B-Roll in Your Storytelling - Organizing Photos
The Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Personal Storytelling | OrganizingPhotos.net

Storytelling & Family History Organization

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4 Tips From a Professional Photographer to Streamline the Photo Process #photographer #photos
Divide & Conquer, Part 1: Breaking Down a Big Organizing Project  #photography #organize #photos #organizer
Divide & Conquer, Part 2: Estimating Time in a Big Organizing Project #photos #organizer #photography #organizing

Photo Workflow & Digital Organizing Processes

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Native Organizing, Part 5: Editing Photos with the Windows 10 Photos App
Native Organizing, Part 4: Editing Your Photos in the Preview App  We continue the series on native organizing by taking a look at one of the most underrated apps in your MacOs: the Preview app. #photos #photography #organizer #organizing #professionalorganizer
How to Quickly Edit Your Faded Photos with Vivid Pix Restore | OrganizingPhotos.net #photography #organizer #photos #organizing

Photo Editing & Restoration

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How to Cover Family Heirlooms through a Rider Insurance Policy - Organizing Photos #photography #organizing
How to Properly Store Negatives
Photographer Tips for Storing Aged Photos Safely | OrganizingPhotos.net

Safe Photo Storage / Storing Photos & Memorabilia

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Digital Drama, Part 3: Repair Any Video with These 3 Steps | OrganizingPhotos.net #organizer #professionalorganizer #photos
Backup Basics: Choosing the Right Cloud
Backups Basics Part 4 - Setting Up Automatic Backups

Recover Lost or Deleted Photos & Files

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How to Create Milk Photo Books within Apple Photos
The Organized Yearbook: How to Save Time & Still Tell Your Stories
Digital photo frames have come a long way in the last two-three years… but now that there are so many to choose from, how do you pick the right one? Here with a handy guide on how to pick the right digital photo frame. #photo #DigitalPhotos #photography

Photo Books & Wall Displays // Inspiration & Tips

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Journey of the Pixel
Pinnable What the HEIF? Understanding MPEG's New File Format! #photography #organize

Understanding File Formats

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The Best Compact Photo Printers for Gifting and Printing Photos At Home! #photo #printers #organize #organizing OrganizingPhotos.net
OrganizingPhotos.net | Our Top 10 Creative Photo Gift Ideas for Photography Lovers

Photo Gifts (for DIY & Pro)

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Are Your Signing Away Your Digital Rights? | Are you using Google Photos, Flickr, Snapfish and other online sites to store your photos? Click through to read about what you are giving them permission to do. It's pretty scary! >>>
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More Popular Organizing Articles

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The PBO vs. PRO Method of Photo Organizing: Why PBO is Better for DIY Projects
Over the past decade of being a professional photo organizer, I’ve heard my fair share of excuses as to why it’s so hard to get organized. The reasons range all the way from practical and yes – completely valid – to the other end of the spectrum (i.e. “the dog ate my homework”). In this article we break down two of the best photo organizing methods and why they work for different people. Read more at OrganizingPhotos.net
Metadata for Genealogy, Part 5: How to Choose between Multiple Languages in Your Family History Archive \ OrganizingPhotos.net Blended Family, Photo Organization, First Language, Family History, Genealogy, Storage Organization, Things To Come, History, Today
Metadata for Genealogy, Part 5: How to Choose between Multiple Languages in Your Family Archive
How do we properly represent multiple languages and cultures in our family history archives, especially when embedding metadata into our photos? That’s what we’re exploring today on the blog over at OrganizingPhotos.net! When we (as professionals) work with culturally-blended family history archives, we tend to look at six different considerations to guide our choice when it comes to using multiple languages vs. one language. In this article, I walk you through all of those considerations.
Metadata for Genealogy, Part 4: Handling Photo Locations & Historical Border Changes | OrganizingPhotos.net Different Countries, Photo Location, Photo Archive, Blog Post
Metadata for Genealogy, Part 4: Handling Photo Locations & Historical Border Changes
How do we distinguish between where a photo was taken vs. what is depicted in it? … and how do we handle historical border changes in our photo archives? What if we’re dealing with a completely different country now than what it was when the photo was taken? Those are just some of the questions we tackle in our latest blog post Metadata for Genealogy, Part 4: Handling Photo Locations & Historical Border Changes.
Metadata for Genealogy, Part 3: Use These 7 IPTC Metadata Fields in Your Family Photo Archive | OrganizingPhotos.net Research Report, Report, Research, Archive, List, To Tell, Fields
Metadata for Genealogy, Part 3: Use These 7 IPTC Metadata Fields in Your Family Photo Archive
Just like your photo book or research report needs to tell a complete story, so does your photo metadata. Therefore, we want to use a combination of IPTC metadata fields that answer all the most important questions. Here is a list of the seven most crucial IPTC metadata fields to use for your family history archive.
8 Factors that Define Naming Conventions in Your Photo Metadata Strategy | OrganizingPhotos.net People, Relationships, Factors, Some Questions, Strategies, Decisions, Respect, How To Move Forward
8 Factors that Define Naming Conventions in Your Photo Metadata Strategy | OrganizingPhotos.net
Naming conventions are by far the most difficult thing to figure out in your metadata strategy because your photo life revolves around relationships. Relationships are complicated, and no two families are alike. People are unique and multi-faceted, so we need to respect that and include all of their wonderful sides. But how? By asking ourselves some questions, contemplating the possibilities, and making some decisions on how to move forward, that’s how.
Metadata for Genealogy, Part 1: The Only Way to Prevent Metadata Inconsistencies in Your Family Photo Archive | OrganizingPhotos.net Writing, Genealogy Free, Genealogy Book, Free Genealogy, Prevention, Understanding
The Only Way to Prevent Metadata Inconsistencies in Your Family Photo Archive
Genealogy is a fascinating pursuit, and we (as enthusiasts) often spend countless hours researching our family’s history to understand where we came from and who our ancestors were. We puzzle together the stories using records, and if we’re lucky enough, photos. But how do we communicate what we have found to others? How do we ensure that they know who is who? Well, writing and compiling books and reports is one way, but metadata is the other way. Here's how that's done with photos!
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Respectfully, This is the ONE Thing Swedish Death Cleaning Gets Completely Wrong
Swedish Death Cleaning (Döstädning) is a wonderful practice, but it gets the order of operations completely wrong. In order for this practice to be truly effective, it has to start with your memories.
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The Surprisingly Easy Way to Export Photos from Apple Photos
We’ve all been there. You need to export your photos from Apple Photos, so you open the program, select your photos, hit “export” and …out comes a mess. Not a mess per se, but just enough of a mess to annoy you and give you a bunch of extra work. To fix this problem in this post we introduce the Photos Takeout app. Chek it!
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Video Metadata Simplified for Organizing Memories
When compared with photos, video metadata is far more complicated for those who aren’t familiar with video terminology. What’s more, video metadata isn’t as standardized and therefore brings several challenges when moving across devices. Don’t worry, you don’t really need to understand all the details it – All you need is to understand some basics and learn some practical ways to handle these vexing video challenges. Here are the basics…
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My iCloud Storage is Full – Should I Upgrade?
iPhone prompting you to upgrade your iCloud? We’ve all been there. For many, just hitting the upgrade button is the easiest way to deal with that annoying prompt, but it’s always a good idea to understand what you’re paying for, and why you need to upgrade. A few quick glances at your settings will reveal a lot, and here’s how you check all that!
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What Type of Computer Should I Get for Photo Organizing?
There’s nothing more frustrating than a slow computer when you’re trying to accomplish something. In this post, we’ll give you some pointers on what to look for when choosing a new computer for organizing photos, editing photos, and creating projects with them. Enjoy!
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Lasting Trends in Photography
Photography isn’t just something that any random person can start doing out of the blues. It’s a unique art that pretty much isn’t getting the recognition it deserves. Perhaps it’s because people haven’t really opened their eyes to see the beauty in taking pictures. However, if we want people to see things from our perspective, I think it’s high time we invested in our photography skills. If you are unsure how you can foster such skills, here is a quick sneak through how to go about it.
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The Slideshow Maker You’ve Been Looking For
The Movavi Slideshow Maker is a simple and inexpensive software that can help you turn your photos and video clips into beautiful slideshows that you can share with family and friends, perfect for the holiday season or other celebrations. It’s available for both Macs and PCs and comes with a free trial period. Check this post and find out more.
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How to Recover Permanently Deleted Photos from the Recycle Bin
Sometimes you delete something you didn’t mean to delete, and you start to panic. Is there a way to get it back? Yes, There’s Hope! Read the post and learn more.
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Save Your Photos Month 2021 - Brought to You by The Photo Managers
Overcoming Overwhelm with Project-Based Organization by Caroline Guntur