The digital photo organizing and tagging method includes software and a database that organizes digitized versions of dispersed collections of images such as photographs, pictures and other graphical objects from a variety of sources. The method facilitates describing, resizing, indexing, and sorting the different aspects contained in images. Features include documentation, e-mail, updating, version control, inclusion of video, embellishment, sound, animation, text to speech and, dynamic search. An Internet application facilitates annotation, organization, researching and sharing images and corresponding information collected at different times and places. Desktop/Internet applications link and relate images that share common elements. The same person found as a child in one image, as an adult in another, and referenced in a newspaper article is a relation example. The method collects the knowledge embedded in multiple images and produces well documented, organized, and clearly explained printable images, as well as dynamic albums of related images.