The previous blog article titled A complete photo organizing process offers readers with a general perspective on a complete process of photo organizing. As mentioned in the last, there’s no standard and fixed process applying to everyone. The key is to build a process that’s best for you.
To take a further understanding, your personalized process is NOT fixed but always changing. It could be best in the last month, but not anymore today if you haven’t adjusted it.
Yep. This is what this article is about, helping you to examine your elder photo organizing process and adjust it constantly.
A large amount of photos were taken during travelling
When traveling, most people take pictures or do photo shoots. Honeymoon trip, graduation travel, family travel, sightseeing, photo tour, etc., different types of travel can generate different types of photos, such as landscape, portraits, and group photo.
Sorting and picking photos manually could be daunting
Well, taking pictures is just a beginning. The hard work following is the photo sorting and picking in the post-shooting process. It’s just like when you come back home from a happy outdoor fruit-picking trip, you are going to sort and pick out the desirable ones from a huge amount of them.
Drawbacks of manual photo organizing
Whether you are a professional photographer, a travel blogger, a photography amateur, or an ordinary person, sorting and selecting manually can take much of your time. Sometimes it can even be longer than the time taking pictures outside.
You must see where I’m going with this. Yes, the annoyances can be:
- Super Time-Consuming
- Hard to Find People(Faces) from Photos
- Hard to Choose
Solution: Photo sorting software - Fotosifter
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