Looking to organize your photos? Then this new eBook and video guide from top HDR photographer Trey Ratcliff will help you get your digital life organized. Found here: How to Organize Your Photos
“This is a problem for me too. I have tens of thousands of photos. Some are personal, but most are landscape photos. Some photos are less than average. Some have potential. Some are really, really, awesome and they bring incalculable pleasure into my life. I make sure that I have my photos secure locally and in the cloud. Since digital photos are a major issue, I’ve worked hard to come up with a system that works for me. I’m happy to share this system with you.”
3 kinds of organization and workflow:
- Relaxed – for those people that are very busy with “real life” and just need to get their photos basically organized.
- Moderate – a thorough system to get everything organized that will bring you mental solitude.
- Obsessive – the most extreme organizational and workflow methodology, which is the same method that I use!
This BONUS version includes:
- One hour, step-by-step video tutorial of my photo organization system
- Companion eBook that walks your through each step
- My most popular HDR Tutorial eBook
- Set of RAW images files you can practice HDR with
Trey is best known as a pioneer in HDR photography. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, a technique whereby multiple levels of light are captured for a particular scene and then combined into a single photograph. The resulting images are richly detailed and more closely resemble what you recall of the scene in your mind. Trey created the first HDR photograph to hang in the Smithsonian. He has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOXand the BBC, and his photos have accumulated about 1 billion views.
How to Get a Copy:
The guide includes video tutorials and an eBook in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers. It also carries a full guarantee, if you are not satisfied with any part of the guide just let them know and they will give you a full refund so there is no risk in trying it.
It can be found here: Organize Your Photos eBook & Bonus Video
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