After going through my whole collection of the past 10 years, I've noticed I have a lot (and I do mean a LOT) of gigabytes worth of RAW files on my hard drives. But I also must admit that the chance of me ever revisiting these RAW files is slim to none. I also must admit I seem to be a bit lazy and a lot of times just import my RAW (+JPG) files into Lightroom, just delete the bad ones and then most of them are left untouched.
So how do you do this? I suppose the most interesting thing would be to import the RAWs, edit the photo's, export them to JPG in high quality and then either delete the RAW files or store these on an external drive for backup. But that's quite a bit of work, especially if I'd need to do this for all pictures of the last years.
I'm a 'snapshot' shooter, take thousands of pictures of the kids playing around the house, on trips, on vacation etc. Somehow I feel I cannot document my young kids enough, specially seeing as they grow older they love viewing themselves in those older files (they're 3yrs and 8yrs old).
So, curious how you guys 'organise' this overload of digital files.