Thanks to digital photography, snapping dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of photos has never been easier. You don’t have to develop them, and you don’t have to worry about where to put them.
Well, at least not in the real world. In the digital world, you do have to find a place to put them. And while it’s easy to snap off 50 photos in a minute, it can be hard to catalog and organize them.
If you even want a prayer of being able to find the photo you’re looking for, you need to manage your photos by date, location, album or subject. That sounds like a lot of work, especially if you have a backlog of unsorted digital pictures on your computer.
Thankfully, there are software tools to take the weight off your shoulders. Phototheca is an all-in-one photo manager and viewer that can help you automatically catalog photos into easy albums.
Once you’ve installed the program, you need to import some photos. You can do this by clicking File>>Import photos. You can import from hard drives, flash drives, CDs and more in large batches.
Then you can either create new albums by sorting photos into them by hand, or you can create Smart Albums. Smart Albums automatically populates a new album with photos by using the timestamp, camera model, file name and other criteria.