My current method for the backup of photos taken on my phone is as follows:
1. Take the photo.
2. Google photos immediately backs this up (WiFi or cellular).
3. At the end of the day/trip I delete all the duplicates/blurry photos etc.
4. Once a month I jump on the computer, download the photos off google photos and sort them into folder albums.
5. Google drive desktop client backs this up automatically.
However, this means I am using double the amount of storage on my google account, because Google Photos and Google Drive are both storing the images.
I've tried OneDrive, but the auto photo backup means if I delete duplicates/blurry photos at the end of the day in my gallery app (Google Photos), OneDrive won't reflect those changes. Ideally, I want to be able to do the following:
- Have photos backed up straight away and delete duplicates at the end of the day.
- Be able to send photos on my phone to folder albums, that then sync with the pictures folder on my computer (OneDrive and Google Drive do this).
- Not take up two lots of storage space.
What system do you use? And how have you set this up to backup with your computer/cloud? Am I just too pedantic wanting everything stored in dated albums?