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The Digital Shoebox By Sarah Bay Williams

by Naresh Sarwan on November 10, 2010

The second in our roundup of DAM related books for photographers and photo libraries is “The Digital Shoebox: How to Organize, Find, and Share Your Photos” by Sarah Bay Williams.

Aimed more at the individual, rather than the professional photographic studio or archive, this book explains strategies for organising personal photographic collections based on the her experiences as photography coordinator for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Subtitled ‘This Guide Will Make Things Simple’, the book provides “an easy-to-remember and easy-to-repeat system that doesn’t feel like homework or require learning lots of complicated software applications” – perfect for anyone who needs to sort out their ever growing mountain of photos at home or in the office. [Read More]

Our first review covered The DAM Book by Peter Krogh.

Aimed more at the individual, rather than the professional photographic studio or archive, this book written by Sarah Bay Williams, explains strategies for organising personal photographic collections based on the her experiences as photography coordinator for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Subtitled ‘This Guide Will Make Things Simple’, the book provides “an easy-to-remember and easy-to-repeat system that doesn’t feel like homework or require learning lots of complicated software applications” – perfect for anyone who needs to sort out their ever growing mountain of photos at home or in the office.

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