Ever since I got my first smartphone, I've been taking pictures everywhere.
I love that I always have a camera in my pocket any time a good photo op arises.
The problem is, I have tons of photos and some are saved in the cloud, some I've downloaded to my computer, and others are simply still sitting on my phone.
I recently went back to look at some photos I had taken that were stored on my computer and had completely forgotten about many of them.
That experience frustrated me. I no longer want to forget about my photos, but I needed a better way to organize them.
Then I found the ImageRanger software, which is designed to quickly and easily organize all my photos in one place.
ImageRanger is great. I can easily organize my photos into a folder structure how I want -- by year and city. It removes duplicates images, and I can even sort on all the portrait style photos in my collection. This is great when I'm trying to locate pictures I've taken of my friends.
ImageRanger also has advanced features for professional photographers. A few of my pro photographer friends will love this.
If you haven't already, check out ImageRanger.com.
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