|Picture taken with my cell phone this month|
An easy way to find things again is to file by year, then by month, and if you want to be more specific then by event (which I no longer do).
Delete all blurred ones and repetitions. Some photographers say "Be ruthless". I take a more gentle approach. Yes, I know you can see the big mess of an unmade bed and backpacks in that special picture but it is the only one I have of my cousin´s house so I´m keeping it. Big mess and all. ;)
Here is my friend Marja´s tip for Mac users: I download my photos to iPhoto then go through them and flag the ones I think will work for me and then delete all the unflagged ones. I then export them all to my desktop, edit in photoshop elements. I open them in batches of the same day/same moment/same set of shots and pick the best ones out of that and then edit and save to have printed.
How long is it since you printed your digi pictures? Mom says it seems she has only little grandkids because I don´t print her new pictures of the kids. Lol!
|Not so little any more|