Hi everyone What do you do with photos you've culled? Especially when you find your hard drive free space dwindling? When I am going through photos I've taken, the first thing I do is sort them. The truly bad ones get deleted immediately - out of focus, etc. Then of the lot that is left, I first sort into two folders - "don't bother" and "keepers". I keep culling until I'm down to a manageable "keepers" folder (knowing that NO ONE, including me.. will look at every single one of my photos if I put them online). It's not that ALL of the "don't bother" folders are bad - it's just that they didn't make the final cut. Will I ever look at them again? No idea. So far, I have not. Will I later think "hey, these were actually good enough to see the light of day"? No idea since I rarely have time to go back through. What do you do? Do you save even the also-rans, or do you delete them immediately so that you aren't wasting time AND SPACE later, wondering what to do with them? This wasn't an issue for a long time but I'm finally nearing the end of the space on my 100 gig hard drive. (not all photos obviously).