I love to talk about organization. Clean closets make me happy. I’ve spent years perfecting my digital supply files. But my photos…they are what you would call a “hot mess”. It’s not that I haven’t tried, I have a basic folder system in place. It’s just that I have photos all over the place. I have them on Flickr. I have them on my external hard drive. The majority of the years of my lifetime have been pre-digital-camera-age, so I have many of them scanned on disks. Then there are the ones who still sit in photo boxes. I feel like I’m only halfway there when it comes to photo organization. My guess is that most of you can relate.
I decided to get professional help. Kayla Lamoreaux is an expert on organization and she has an amazing website and class about managing your photo flow. Yes, please! I’m all signed up and really excited to learn from her.
Here’s what Kayla had to say about this class:
I hear from so many of you saying:
"I'm sick of wasting time searching for photos..."
"Are my digital images safe?"
"I want to get organized but I'll never find the time."
"I am so overwhelmed with the photo chaos I already have, I've stopped taking pictures."
Photos shouldn't be overwhelming. Finding Photo Flow is about creating a river for your photos, removing the obstacles that foster chaos. Quite simply Finding Photo Flow is about you.
I've listened to thousands of students over the years talking about the pain of trying to keep a handle on their photos, technology and organization. This class answers their questions and shares new perspective.
I hope you'll give yourself the gift of Finding your Photo Flow. Registration is open here.
I’d love to hear if any of you are going to sign up. Maybe we can encourage each other?
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