Looking For A Better Way To Organize Your Photos?
By: Cathi Nelson
Are you overwhelmed with your growing photo collection? Are your digital images and videos scattered over various devices and in different locations? Google Photos, Amazon Photos, One Drive, Flickr, DropBox, Smug Mug, iCloud Photos, DVD’s, CD’s, old computers, memory cards, and flash drives; it’s no wonder people struggle with finding and viewing their favorite photos.
Technology has made the process of connecting with our family photos very difficult. Somedays it can feel like you need a master’s degree in technology.
But don’t worry—help has arrived! The Association of Personal Photo Organizers has spent months compiling years of knowledge into two easy-to-follow courses designed to take you step-by-step through the organizing process.
Digital Photo Organizing Made Easy is an in-depth course with easy to follow video tutorials, handouts, resource guides, and a private Facebook group. You will learn how to find, organize and consolidate your images & videos into one manageable library so you can easily access, share and backup your most important memories.
Need help with those boxes of printed photos and home movies? Then you’ll love our second course, Printed Photo Organizing Made Easy. This course also has a private Facebook group and over 2.5 hours of instruction that takes you step-by-step through the process of organizing (and digitizing) your printed photos, memorabilia, old media, and home movies.
If organizing your photos is on your to-do list, then now is the time to invest in learning and completing your photo organizing project!
Cathi Nelson, author of Photo Organizing Made Easy; Going from Overwhelmed to Overjoyed, is the leader of a global photo organizing movement. A cutting-edge entrepreneur and speaker, in 2009 she founded The Photo Managers, the leading organization serving entrepreneurs through training, a professional certification program, best practices, and a code of ethics that sets high standards for the rapidly growing photo management industry. She’s built a worldwide community and organization around supporting people in creating thriving businesses doing work they love. She’s been featured in the New York Times, The Atlantic, Real Simple Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal about how to organize and preserve the legacy of your family heritage through photos.