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February 2020 Workshop
February 26, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am
Topic: Backup Bootcamp - Photo Organisation
Are your digital photos a complete mess?
Do you feel confused about ‘backups’ and ‘the cloud’?
Are you worried your hard drive or phone will crash and take all your precious photos with it?
Your photos are supposed to be a source of JOY, not a source of STRESS!
Spend the morning with Natasha Lee and learn how to make sense of your digital photo mess with a Backup Bootcamp!
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WORKSHOP PRESENTER: Natasha Lee
LOVER OF PHOTOS | OWNER OF NANUJA PHOTOBOOKS | MARRIED TO A CRAZY KOREAN
Natasha absolutely LOVES photographs! From as far back as she can remember, she loved to relive and share memories by looking at photographs. Whether it was her gran’s photos, her parent’s wedding pics, family holidays, school, dance or friend’s photos, it didn’t matter. When we were younger, after someone got their photos developed, it was such fun to go through them together, as they told stories of what happened in each one. Fortunately (or unfortunately) back then, people didn’t take the gazillion photos they now take using digital cameras, so the sheer volume was much less….
FAST FORWARD TO 2020
We now take more photos than ever, we enjoy some on social media, WhatsApp, on rotating electronic frames and if we are lucky, some get made into photobooks displayed for our friends to enjoy when they pop over.
I often wonder why more people don’t design photobooks or have albums like we used to. When I ask people why they don’t get around to making sure their photos are not trapped in their phones, computers or tablets the answer is often… “our photos are all over the place, some in the cloud, on my husband or wife’s phones, or computers and I wouldn’t know where to start.”
My advice is always the same – you need to nominate one place to store your “Master Photo Collection”. That means you need to gather all the photos from everywhere, onto one computer, organise them into date order and get rid of duplicates. This is the system that has worked for me. I would love you to be able to do the same! I would love to teach you how to organise your photo collection or if you prefer I can also do it all for you.
Registered Member of APPO (Association of Professional Photo Organisers)