Undated Photos Part 2: Identifying Undated Photos

Undated Photos Part 2 Identifying Undated Photos

How do you identify Undated photos in your clients’ digital photo and video collections? If you’ve read the article “Undated Photos Part 1 – The Unseen Menace”, you know there may be many more than you previously realized!

No professional photo organizer or photo manager should be delivering a digital collection to a client that includes Undated photos – unless they are identified as such and separated from the main collection.

This article and the corresponding video examine if and how one can identify Undated photos using: Directory Opus, Adobe Lightroom Classic, Adobe Bridge, Mylio, Finder, File Explorer, Apple Photos and Photo Mechanic.

Why I Use Directory Opus Pro Part 1: Viewing Files and Their Metadata

Why I Use Directory Opus Pro Part 1

Directory Opus Pro is a file management application for PC and is highly customizable. It is the application I rely on most when organizing digital photo and video collections, yet most professional photo organizers have never tried it.

The main reason I have chosen to use Directory Opus Pro for many digital photo and video organizing tasks is that I can access important metadata about the files I am organizing. Being able to access many different metadata fields is essential to an accurate and efficient workflow.