How to Organize Your Photo Library

Photo Library

Is your camera roll filled with thousands of photos? You’re not the only one!

With a camera right at our fingertips, it’s no wonder that our photo library is cluttered with massive amounts of photos.

Thankfully, there are important photo organization tips that will help get your photo library clean. By organizing your photo library, you will no longer have to endlessly scroll to find the photo you want or constantly run out of storage.

Also Read: Some Photography Tips for Beginners and Experts

So, you want to learn how to organize your photo library? Then, keep reading to find out.

Delete Photos

Think about it, how many times do you scroll through your photo library to find duplicates, screenshots you’ve never used, or a blurry photo you didn’t even mean to take in the first place? Deleting photos can be exhausting, but it’s necessary for a photo library cleanup.

It can be overwhelming to do this all at once, especially if you have thousands and thousands of photos. Therefore, it’s advisable to delete photos each day until you reach the beginning of your album.

Another option is to select multiple photos at one time to delete, which will save you time on scrolling.

Deleting photos will also give you more storage in your phone, so you don’t have to worry about that annoying low storage notification constantly popping up.

It’s also important to clean up the photo library on your computer. MacPaw provides a great guide on how to delete photos on Mac.

Favorite Photos

Favoriting photos is another way you can organize your photo library. Favoriting photos will transfer them to a designated “favorites” album in your photo library.

To favorite a photo, tap the heart at the bottom of the screen.

Making Albums

Like favoriting photos, the key way to keep your photo library super organized is by making albums. This will make it much easier to find the exact photos that you are looking for at any given time.

The names of your albums are entirely up to you. For example, you may categorize albums by “family”, “vacations”, “friends”, “holidays”, etc.

Then, you can go through your photo library and select the photos you want to place in each album.

Back Up Your Photos

If you’re looking for a great way to protect your photos, you should always back them up. This will also cut back on storage too.

Using Google Photos is one of the best ways to back up your photos. It is available for free on the app store and can be used for iPhone or Android products.

Once these photos back up you can always delete the original photos off of your phone for more space.

Consistently Organize

Consistency is key when it comes to organizing your photo library. Many people will use these tips and a year later their photo library will become the same cluttered mess.

Whenever you take a lot of photos, try to go through and delete the ones you don’t want right away and favorite the ones you like. This will save you a lot of trouble in the future.

Also, try to categorize your photos by album and back them up weekly or monthly depending on how frequently you take photos.

How to Organize Your Photo Library

This guide taught you exactly how to organize your photo library. Consistently using these tips will ensure that your photo library is always organized with the proper amount of storage.

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