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How I did it: When I get busy, I find time to take a million photos, but not time to post, tag, and sort. It was a mess. I sorted through it over a few days and did a bit of pairing down. Its looking much better now and will be a much more powerful resource. And it will be much easier to keep up now that the backlog isn't weighing it down. Read how I did it… 4 years ago
Keep the best, delete the rest
Tag and sort
Add some narrative to key pieces before I forget
My plan is to create a great visual library as a resource for my studio work. So I need to get on top of this before school starts! 4 years ago
My paper photos are a mess – they’re stored in all different ways in all different places, and I don’t know how soon I’ll be able to tackle that part of the project. I’m making progress on my electronic photos, though. 4 years ago
Ongoing. Nothing much to report.
Have a few collections now, but still not that pushed about them. May split up some of my bigger sets. 5 years ago
I’m not doing too badly with this. Most photos are in sets. Using the flickr uploader helps, as I setify them as I upload.
I’ve started a collection too, but I’m not that pushed about them right now. Perhaps as I get more sets with similar themes. 6 years ago
I tend to tag and caption as I upload, but it’s only this weekend that I got all the photos into sets. Well, most of them. There’s a couple that don’t have friends :-)
I’m adding this as a thing to do, as I want to keep up to date with the organisation. 6 years ago
I’m really just now figuring out Flickr and how to scan or take, edit, upload, and organize photos.
I plan to go through my genealogy stuff and scan a lot of the old photographs from our family history notebooks to share with relatives.
Of course, I have some family photos online for the immediate family as well. (My digital camera isn’t the greatest; but it’s a start.)
It’s just an humble beginning so far; but I’m getting things set up on Flickr.
NurseHealer on Flickr
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nursehealer/ 6 years ago
So I now have a nice set-up so that all new photos are organized on Flickr. I’d really like to start scanning old photos and getting everything (or at least the highlights) in my photo collection online. Gotta get a scanner 1st. 7 years ago
I may be scanning photos for the rest of my life. But now when I upload them to flickr, I try to put them into sets that make sense right away, with logical tags so I can find what I am looking for a little easier. I still have to go back and re-organize a lot of my older flickr photos, as well as upload some replacements for the old ones. I’ve got my work cut out for me. 7 years ago
Flickr’s Organizer is a really good tool to help organize photos into different sets. 7 years ago
I’m still organizing my Flickr photos – I’m scanning my archives, getting them posted, and eventually I’ll get them all in more coherent sets. It is coming along though. 7 years ago
I am starting the process of scanning and cataloguing all of my photographs. I am hoping that a part of this project will be to add to/re-organize the photos on my flickr account. I’d like to make my flickr collection more of a comprehensive portfolio of my work. 7 years ago
I have so many photos on flickr, and they’re scattered willy nilly all over the place. I need to organize my sets in a better way. 7 years ago
Specifically anything to do with Minneapolis, and identifying buildings of interest.
Flashgirl, if you’re reading… heeeeeeeeeeeeeeelp :)
pwease? 7 years ago