I believe this is the right section for this..... This is a question more about workflow with the various file sizes I end up having. As my photography catalogue is building, I'm starting to see more and more repetition and I'm trying to find ways to improve said workflow. Question: How do you all manage the various resized versions of the same file? Or do you manage them at all? Here is what I currently do: - I have folders and subfolders by category and then by date (C:\Photography\Events\20091031 Take Two Dance Show\) In this main folder, I save all my RAWs - I then create a subfolder for all the images I work on / the keepers. Its called...<drum roll>...work (C:\Photography\Events\20091031 Take Two Dance Show\work) In here go all my full sized JPGs with edits, whether they are done in Photoshop, Lightroom or what not. - I then create a subfolder for all the images again than I put online. (C:\Photography\Events\20091031 Take Two Dance Show\work\web) In here go all the resized images that are in the WORK subfolder. So I end up with the same image in the main folder, full JPG of the keepers in the WORK folder and resized versions in the WEB folder. Is this similar to what others do? Do you keep the web sized versions you have after you have uploaded them to your website/flickr/smugmug/facebook/TPF/.../? I keep them for now as this is my main way of knowing images that have been uploaded so I dont do repeats. I went back to some older catalogued images to see if there were some that I had skipped over or forgot to do more work to. And I did find a few. So in going back, I was requestionning my folder strategy. Thanks for any input!