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    I used to use the binders but didn't like how things got squashed and slide out. The pages the negs were in had slots at the top for a little hager bar so I got a pile of them and hang them in some file cabinets like hanging files. Access is very easy and my numbering system is based on the year and roll number so I at least can track down a picture if I remember when I shot it. I have four drawers full of hanging pages now and growing.
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    First, I don't make my living with my photography so not every picture needs to say anything.

    That being said, I do try to take "good" pictures as well as "snapshots". What the pictures are trying to say really depends on what it is. I try to capture whatever the mood is. If it is kids sports, I try to capture the action, excitement, drama. If it is nature, I'm usually going for peacefulness. It really depends on what the subject is.

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    Beyond the computerized database I keep which is another whole topic, I keep my negs and chromes in binders. For negs I have them all in those spiffy neg pages and then I put a contact sheet right after it. On the contact sheet for MF and LF I put any printing instruction on the back of the neg pic for future reference.
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    I ask because I have recently converted from "sheet films in a shoebox" to a nice archived system with computer database. But I have hundreds of thousands of rolls in binders from years past, and I just have no idea how to orgainze them. It's different than when you first start out because anything complicated will take me forever to do.

    I guess this should be its own thread, but I appreciate all comments.

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