I am buried alive in images on my computer. I can't seem to figure out a decent organizing system for them. One thing is clear: I've got to stop taking a dozen shots of every little ol' thing with the idea that "later" I'll weed out all but the best shot! (Not happening)
Meanwhile, I hate Photoshop, both for editing and for organizing. I'm still grieving over my lovely Microsoft Digital Image program that worked effortlessly but ceased to be supported when Windows XP was replaced by Windows 7.
So.... can anyone share their favorite organizing (and even editing) program for their digital images? And any tricks to keep the reduced-size images separate from the full-sized images? I've been adding the letters sm or sz on the end of the image title, but when you're skimming through the images, it takes time to open up their titles to find which is large and which is small...and then when you close them, you're confused again. I'm currently trying to weed out a lot of duplicates, but sorting out the small images from the larger is a pain.
Further, and this one blew my mind: Searching though several months of images, I found about 10,000 images represented by a globe on a sheet of paper with "Breeze" on it. When clicked, they showed a mishmash of letters and numbers. I DON'T EVEN HAVE 10,000 images, so what's up with that? (I tried to add an image, but got the message "You aren't permitted to upload this kind of file".)
Any answers to any of the above will help my desperately addled brain. Jayne