Hello Fellow Mi Fans,
It's the era digital photography and everyone has turned their phone into a camera in their pocket. Pictures are now instantly accessible and shareable. The only drawback is the hassle of managing so many snaps; when you want to find a particular photo, you’ll have to sift through dozens, hundreds or thousands of photos. But if you’ll spend a few minutes organizing your photos when you save them either in your phone or in your PC, you won’t find yourself doomed to hours trying to find them later. Let’s take a look at how to set up and maintain your digital photo library, keeping your memories safe and easily accessible.
1. Cleaning up duplicates, over or under exposed photos and other issues:
Ever have a set of photos think they’re from another date in the future? You can fix this metadata issue with few tools, get rid of duplicate photos, and otherwise make more sense of your photo collection. In MIUI, you can also easily clean up the duplicate as well as under and overexposed photos. To do this you need to go to Security Apps Cleaner Deep Clean; there you will find the options.
2. Getting all your photos on a single platform:
You probably have photos buried in your emails, scattered across your phone, tablet, and computer, scattered across the web. Choose one folder to store your photos, and use tools to consolidate your photos into one place. If photos are stuck on your phone and not automatically backed up to Mi Cloud or the other tons of photo organization tools, you’ll need to regularly manually import those photos. Also, remember to back up that consolidated photos folder, wherever it’s hosted, lest you lose your most important files.
3. Using cloud backup:
Nowadays, it’s easy to get an off-site back up by uploading files to the cloud. For making a backup of your photos, Mi Cloud is our recommendation, which has been one of the best solutions for the last couple of years. You will find the backup settings in your the Gallery app of MIUI. You can easily customize the settings as per your own choice.
4. Easily and Automatically Share Your Photos Everywhere:
If you like sharing photos, you can upload your photos to places like Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, Google Photos etc. Admittedly, this doesn’t really keep your phone’s photos folder from being a mess, but your favorite photo sharing sites will have all the photos you want uploaded without any work on your part.
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5. Regular maintenance:
Because you will continue to take photos, you will need to continue to file your photos and back them up on a regular basis. It's recommended to spend 15 minutes a week in cleaning up your most recent images. If you have extra time, you can go back through your older images and add information to them, such as keywords. Yes, this can all be a minor hassle, but it will undoubtedly save headaches down the road when you are searching for specific pics.
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Fellow Mi Fans, these are just some of the basic ways casual photographers can make sure their photos are organized and secure. You won’t have to invest much in protecting your images as long as you stay organized and rely on a combination of cloud storage and external backup methods for all of your digital photos. Signing off for now!
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