The system I describe in this book is designed to give you the most control over your photo library, enabling you to easily locate your images whenever you need them. It’s also designed to require as little of your time as possible, because we all know from experience that if organizing photos takes too much time, we’re far less likely to continue doing it.
Sometimes, though, even that is too much. The simple truth is that most people don’t organize their photo libraries beyond storing them or perhaps making an album or two.
And that’s okay.
Even I fall into this camp at times, not always properly tagging my photos after I import them due to lack of time or energy. (However, as I describe in Apply Metadata ...