WPT#28: How to Tackle a Photo Backlog (VIDEO)

by | Productivity Advice | 6 comments

The Weekly Pep Talk is a video podcast series designed to help you find more time for scrapbooking and use it well. To be notified when new videos are posted subscribe to our YouTube channel.


In this week’s pep talk, I’m sharing a simple process for dealing with a big influx of photos. The first three steps are outlined in my post 1-2-3 Post-Vacation Photo Triage. My approach will help you move forward quickly and feel more in control of your photo library.

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It’s your turn to talk! Do you have a photo catch-up strategy? Leave a comment sharing how get a handle on your photos when they’ve piled up a bit too much. Do you use any of the strategies I’ve mentioned?

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  1. Clemencia

    Thank you so much for this awesome advise, I was debading which photos to work on first, and is true the most recent will help me scrapbook even more, I love your work, thanks so much for the encouragement and awesome advise 🙂

    • Jennifer S. Wilson

      Most welcome, thank you for being here!

  2. Cheri Stine

    Jennifer, this was one of your most helpful videos. Thanks so much for the practical advice. Hope you revisit this topic occasionally because dealing with photo overload is my biggest stumbling block to enjoyable memory keeping.

    • Jennifer S. Wilson

      Thanks Cheri. I will definitely look to incorporating more photo management tips in my videos and posts.

  3. Cindy

    Thanks for the very enjoyable video! I’m glad that you keep them brief and to the point. 🙂 I totally agree with your “go backwards” advice. Works with scrapbook pages too!


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