Hello MacRumors! I take a lot of pictures, either using my iPhone 6+, Sony A7R, and sometimes its smaller brother, the RX100 IV. I'm really bad at organizing pictures on my Photos Library, so I need you guys' best practices in photo management, preferably using Apple's own Photos app. Currently, every night before going to bed, I transfer every pictures that I take from Sony cameras manually using the SD Card, import them to the Photos app, then categorize them to new folders based on locations. Finally, I synced the newly-added pictures to my iPhone using iTunes. I feel like this method is not super efficient because I will end up having a ton of albums on my iPhone and there is no way for me to delete or modify the albums on the go because it is synced and tied up using iTunes and Photos app on my Mac. What do you guys think? Is it better to send pictures directly to my iPhone from the Sony Cameras using Wi-Fi and add albums directly on the iPhone? (this way will make way for me to try using iCloud Photo Library) Please kindly share you guys' best practices in photo management, especially for people that use external camera and transfer pictures often to their iPhones. I appreciate you guys' input. Thanks!