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- Top 10 Ways To Take Your Media Collections Digital
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- How To Take Sunset Photos Like A Professional
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Hey Lifehacker, Over the years I have amassed tens of thousands of photos spanning many different digital cameras. I’ve backed up the photos multiple times in multiple directories across multiple drives. To make matters worse, since I’ve used multiple cameras a lot of the jpg file names are the same, but are in fact different pictures. How do I filter, de-dupe and clean up my digital photos? Help me Lifehacker! Thanks, Photo Overload
I have photos everywhere. I post some to Instagram, others are scattered around my computer and on external hard drives. I have heaps on Flickr, and my friends post photos with me to Facebook. The idea of collecting all of those photos in one place sounds like a chore, but Trovebox makes it easy to import them, save them, back them up, share them out again or point your favourite photo organiser — iPhoto, Picasa, whatever — at the collection. Here’s how.
iOS: When it comes to organising and sharing your iPhone photos, the default app leaves a lot to be desired. Viewfinder is an app that hopes to make that process a bit simpler by leveraging your metadata as an organisation tool, and providing an easy way to share photos with select people.
Sunsets are one of the most photographed subjects on the planet, and for good reason. But because they’re so photographed (and now, uploaded to Instagram), sunsets have become a bit of a photographic cliche. Although every sunset is unique, it can be a real challenge to capture them in a unique way.