Tip #55: Keep Yourself Organized
New Year's Day calls for resolutions right? Well, resolutions are usually something we should be doing anyway; the day just reminds us that we aren't.
One thing photographers usually aren't doing enough of is staying organized, and I am certainly guilty of this. So make it a point, as part of your daily photo routine, to clean out the old files, keep the new ones organized and back up as often as possible. Reduce space on your computer and hard drives by deleting photos you don't need - like those blurry landscapes and out of focus birds in flight. Move images off of your computer and onto external hard drives; your computer will thank you. And disconnect the backup hard drive when not in use.
Happy New Year!
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