chapter  14
Managing Your Files
Pages 20

With no fi lm or processing costs to think about each time we take a picture, it seems that many of us are pressing the shutter more frequently than we did when fi lm was king. The results of such collective shooting frenzies are hard drives all over the country full of photos. This is

great for photography, but what happens when you want to track down that once in a lifetime shot

that just happens to be one of thousands stored on your machine? Well, believe it or not, being able

to locate your fi les quickly and easily is more a task in Organizer management, naming and camera

setup than browsing through loads of thumbnails.