I was planning to write a book for a long time but it was not easy to put everything together and edit the content so that it is clear and easy to follow. Well, after many weeks of work, I was able to put it together in a beautiful PDF document that has bookmarks for easy navigation. Now, you’re the judge if it’s clear and easy to follow.
My BIG book is ready!
I have finally finished my book about learning how to organize digital pictures. Yes, it is based on the contents of the website but it is much updated and revised. I have found lots of inconsistencies in the website articles…so I have corrected them. The result is a beautiful PDF document with bookmarks. It is very easy to read, navigate, search and print. This is the best and easiest way to absorb the contents of OrganizePictures.com and be able to organize your digital pictures and be free to enjoy them!
My new book is the easiest way to learn how to organize your digital pictures
Improved free tutorials
I have created a separate article for each Tutorial. It contains all the articles in the tutorial. This way all the 10 tutorials about learning how to organize your digital pictures are nicely grouped under the Tutorials section and easily accessible from the right column. This is another step to make the content of OrganizePictures.com more accessible.
Now there are four easy ways to learn how to organize your pictures: The book, tutorials, e-mails and articles. This should help everyone!
Contact me with any questions or suggestions. I really appreciate your input.
Essentials for organizing your digital photosOver the years I have come to rely on only a few products for managing and backing up my large media collection. These are my essential products and services I have been using for many years to keep things organized and safe. Even though these are affiliate links, I wholeheartedly recommend them.
I recommend using Adobe Lightroom Classic CC via the annual Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. Lightroom has excellent photo editing capabilities. Yes, Lightroom has a steeper learning curve as you have to learn to keep your catalogs in sync with your hard drive. However, Adobe Lightroom makes most sense especially when you do lots of image editing.
Excellent Lightroom and Picasa alternative. If you're looking for a cheaper and simpler photo manager then ACDSee Photo Studio for Mac or ACDSee Pro for Windows is my preferred solution for organizing your media on your computer. It has a very fast browser, beautiful image editing capabilities and you don't work with catalogs at all.
In addition, make sure you have an inexpensive and reliable external hard drive for backing everything up. It is absolutely essential for backing up your media regularly.
If you're looking for a reliable unlimited cloud backup service, I recommend Backblaze Cloud Backup. I have used Backblaze for my online backup for more than 3 years now. All my files are safe and secure and I have never had any problems with them.