The mythical monolithic library

If you’ve been into photography for a while then somewhere in your house is a pile of hard drives. Photography consumes space, lots of space. Machines get filled. Drives are purchased and filled. New machines get purchased. Before you know it your photos are spread out across countless devices in varying states of organization and adjustment.

As if this isn’t bad enough the major players in the photo organization business write their software requiring your photos to be on one device, preferably in a place locked away and hidden.

What if it didn’t have to be this way? What if there was a product that understood this reality and not just let you store photos the way you wanted/needed but let you do it in such a way that any work you did anywhere was available everywhere? What if a small company was audacious enough to make that product…