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Keeping tabs on what you shot and where you put it
Old 12-29-2016   #1
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Keeping tabs on what you shot and where you put it

Hello fellow (film) shooters, I've posted an article up on my website on how to organise your files, negatives, prints and more, to help (semi) professional photographers keep track of their images. I saw many people struggle with this and thought I'd share my personal MO.

Read it here:
http://johanniels.com/camera-gear-bl...-lose-an-image

What is your approach to the matter?
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