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    rob galbraith has a article on managing large photo archive in a big event

    Sports Illustrated's digital workflow
    http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/mul...id=7-6453-6821

    some doubts i have :
    on personal interest , how does one managing the photo beside using acdsee ?

    Are there better tools around to manage photo ?
    How about those that store in the database and there is facilities like searching to look for images without having to enter any keywords ?

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    Of course !
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    or use explorer thumbnails mode =)

    any other creative way to manage / view your large photo archive ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanxp
    rob galbraith has a article on managing large photo archive in a big event

    Sports Illustrated's digital workflow
    http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/mul...id=7-6453-6821
    [/I] ?
    Well, they are not really "managing" photo archives in the article. They are merely sieving through 15000 photos to look for one winning shot. After all is said and done, the photos still remain unmanaged and scattered around the harddisk. By archive management, one would think of some software that allows you to sort, comment, and edit photos, and later allow fast retrieval.

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