Say hello to an organized 2018 by taking a few minutes to organize your phone photos. Well, maybe more than a few if you take as many pictures as I do on my phone.
Start with a clean slate by getting all of your 2017 photos neatly organized so you can find them in a snap, or better yet, prep them for printing your 2017 memories!
Now grab your iPhone and settle in on the couch.
1/ Delete all photos that don’t make your heart go pitter-patter, or any duplicate snaps, or the accidental shot of your big toe. Depending on how many photos you took in 2017 this can take some time. You have your coffee, tea, hot cocoa near by right?
This is “Sip & Delete” time
2/ Now that you have your photos narrowed down, go back, find 2-4 favorites from each event and hit that ???button below the pictures so you can add to your soon-to-be 2017 favorites.
3/ Time to put categories into your Album. In your Albums section, sort your pictures into categories. For my personal/family album categories I use:: Trips, School, Everyday. Your options are limitless in how you organize each Album.
Other Category Ideas: Events, People, Ideas, Inspiration, Seasons, Friends
Once you have your categories created within the album go back into your ???photos and add them to your specific categories.
4/ WAY TO GO! You have your photo’s organized and ready to find them in a flash. Or better yet, they’re organized and ready to PRINT! I do love a quick iPhone photo when I don’t have my camera with me, but let’s be real, technology can be fickle & fast-changing. Don’t leave all your photos trapped on your phone. You just took the time to pick your favorites, the ones that make your heart leap, so make sure you have them FOREVER by printing them.
My clients receive their gallery on a SMP flash drive, but I ALSO have PRINTED PRODUCTS in each Collection so my clients have art they can HOLD ONTO FOREVER! You can do that with your everyday memories too.
Get your memories into print!?PLEASE do this last step and print your memories!
Here are a few labs to use for printing your iPhone photos::