Drowning in digital media? Learn a smart system for keeping your photos and video organized and accessible, from professional organizer Suzanna Kaye.
- Photos, photos, and more photos. If you're like me, and everyone I know, you've probably taken thousands of photos and videos over the last year or two. If you don't have an organized system, you probably have your images saved in your smartphone, in the cloud, and on your computer. Creating one system that allows you to keep your most important memories safe and easy to access can help you enjoy all those stored-up moments in a whole new way. My name's Suzanna Kaye, and I'm a professional organizer and productivity trainer.
When I work with clients on their home, I almost always find at least one box, if not 20, of old photos to be organized. Their smartphones and computers are even more jam-packed, and it's a huge stress for them. Knowing what tools are available and creating new habits to maintain your system is essential. In this course, we'll talk about where to store your digital photos, whether locally or in a cloud-based system, and the pros and cons of each.
We'll go over how to scan and edit your photos to get them out of the shoe boxes and into your digital files, including top scanners available and services to take the bulk of the work off your plate. We'll also cover safety with your photos, including setting up systems that will still be accessible as technology changes, backing up your photo library, and safety concerns and etiquette when publicly sharing your images. Organizing your photos in your system is also a key component we'll discuss, including file naming, keywords, tags, searching, and purging low-quality images and duplicates.
We'll finish with some fun ways to enjoy your photos in your day-to-day life, so your favorite memories can be enjoyed and not hidden away. By the end of this course, you'll know all the components to an organized digital photo and video collection that will work for you. Let's get started.
- Choosing a file type for storage
- Deleting duplicate and low-quality photos
- Scanning prints
- Transferring photos and videos to the cloud or physical storage
- Finding photos and videos
- Sharing photos