How can 10,000 photos be organised?


For photographers, managing an ever increasing collection of photos can be problematic. How can you keep across so much data?

Ian Hardy reports on how the traditional "files and folders" way of storing our data - which is decades old - is being given the tag of failure.

He uncovers the work taking place to fix the problem and to add information to photos on the go.

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