Photography Tips and Tricks - 9 (How to Store Photos)
Today's tip does not require your camera. Instead, today I want you to think of how you store and save your photos. I will write a blog post on the process of backing up my photos. So my tip for you today I am sharing my method to store my photos. I create a folder structure for each year and a folder for each month and then a folder for the shoot.
So, it may look like this
I use Lightroom to import the photos in the structure and use Lightroom to rename each photo with the same name as the folder or something that is related to the photoshoot. Photos need meaningful names. If there are several different themes, I can import each theme one at a time to assign the names.
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