Best DAM software for someone starting from scratch?

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Bobthearch
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Re: Best DAM software for someone starting from scratch?

Hans de Zomers wrote:

A good folder structureel is the first step in your photo management workflow. That has nothing to do with using a DAM. The DAM will help you find your images back. For example: how long would it take you to find all images that show Jack and Jane in 2017? Or to find all your “excellent” pictures from that one trip to show to friends? Those are situations where a DAM helps you.

I’m using Photo Supreme for DAM

About the same amount of time as if I created a database / catalog and then moved to different program that can't read it.

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