Are you tired of missing out on capturing precious moments because your photos are disorganized and scattered across multiple devices? Fear not, dear reader, for we have the solution to your photo woes. In this blog, we will discuss how to stop missing photos by implementing a simple and effective photo management system. By following our tips and tricks, you’ll never have to worry about losing track of your favorite memories again. Say goodbye to the frustration of not being able to find that perfect picture from your last vacation or family gathering – it’s time to take control of your photo collection and enjoy stress-free photo organization. Join us on this journey to photo management enlightenment!




Hello everybody and welcome to well a complete contradiction really of them of many of the things that I’ve said that might be a little bit extreme but basically I’ve said many times before on this channel but I think a lot of good photography advice centers around the Idea that you need to slow down you need to take your time with compositions with what you want to take photos off with assessing a scene with your settings all that kind of stuff to ensure that you get the best result however that’s not always possible like if you’re walking Down the road and you see a meteor about to fall from the sky you can’t exactly take your time I’ll get your camera at your back and serve you tripod in your filters and play around with your settings and go ready meteors don’t typically hang Around for you

Camera Settings

I have a particular custom profile set up for quick shooting when I’ve only got a couple of seconds from recognizing that I want to take a shot to taking the shot. In this custom profile, the shutter speed is set to two hundredths of a second, which is just about fast enough to capture fleeting moments.

Setting Up Your Camera

Anticipation is not necessarily an easy thing to teach, but the premise of it is basically trying to figure out what’s going to happen in a few seconds’ time. Camera settings are also a huge part of this, as you need to have your camera set up to be able to use it quickly. I use the Panasonic Lumix g9, a very quick camera that I’ve learned to use quickly over the past two years.

Custom Profile

I have a custom profile set up for quick shooting, with settings that enable me to take photos quickly. One key setting is the shutter speed, which is set to two hundredths of a second to capture fast-moving moments.

Practice Makes Perfect

When you practice anticipation, you get very good at it. Try to anticipate what’s going to happen in the next few seconds and be prepared to capture the moment. The difference between new photographers and experienced photographers often comes down to the ability to anticipate and react quickly to fleeting moments.


1. Why are my photos missing?

There are several reasons why your photos may be missing, such as accidental deletion, file corruption, or storage issues. It’s important to regularly back up your photos to prevent data loss.

2. How can I recover missing photos?

If your photos are missing, you can try using a data recovery software to retrieve them. It’s also a good idea to check your backup storage or cloud services to see if the photos were previously saved there.

3. How can I prevent missing photos in the future?

To prevent missing photos, make sure to regularly back up your photos on multiple storage devices or cloud services. You can also organize your photos into folders and use a reliable file management system to keep track of them.

I hope you find useful my article How to STOP MISSING PHOTOS…, I also recommend you to read my other posts in my blog at this link.

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