How I keep my digital files organized

posted on 18th of november, 2011
I think this is a good subject to blog about. Capturing a photo these days is very cheap, all it takes is to press the button and a new photo is born. Due to this ease and low cost, the amount of files just keeps piling up.

Having your files safe and well organized is very important. Not being able to find a file in short time means not having it when you need it. You practically lost it even if it is there hiding in some directory.

Here is what I do:

I have a separate disk 1 TB connected by USB to the computer. I keep my photos on this separate disk. I also have another similar one for backup identically organized. The reason for this is that I can upgrade the computer or work on more than one and have the data ready without copying it. Also when a computer gets a virus or...

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Posted by Photoexpress on November 24, 2011
i have three harddisks, one for operating, two same 1TB for double copy, though they are in the same basket.
Posted by Lobe on November 23, 2011
Good works !
Posted by Xiaofeng123 on November 22, 2011 the raw to computer
2.process the raw in the computer.
3.submit to DT.
4.process the rejection and accept photo.
5.backup raw to external device.

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