On my HTC Incredible, I'm having a bit of trouble organizing my photos. At this point, I'm not even sure what I'm trying to do is possible... so hopefully someone can confirm my disappointment, or [more hopeful] point me in the direction of a solution. What I am trying to do is create convenient photo album folder hierarchies to be used in the default "HTC Corporation Photo" application. I have been successful in creating individual albums on the SD Card root directory. For example, let's say I have these individual albums: -Car [pictures of my car] -Motorcycle [pictures of my motorcycles] -Trips [pictures from various trips] -Work [pictures from various work related job sites] Now, let's say I want to make it easier to index my Work photos, since there are photos from multiple job sites that are not related to each other. The only way to do this I have found is create multiple albums at the same level. For instance: -Mantoloking Well Drilling [work album] -Marlboro Site Assessment [work album] Now when I'm in the Photos application, I see these two albums in the SD Card section of the app, along with Car, Motorcycle, etc. You can see how this would get cumbersome, if I end up organizing my Work photos into individual albums, or my Trips photos into individual albums. It would become very cluttered having all of these albums organized alphabetically in the Photos app. I have tried creating "parent" folders, for instance: -Work ---Mantoloking Well Development ---Marlboro Site Assessment -Trips ---Ringing Rocks Park July 2010 ---New Hope May 2010 However, when I then unmount the phone from the PC (organizing all the photos on the computer for the sake of efficiency) and open the Photos App, it seems like it ignores the "parent" folder and I am left with the same list of individual "child" album folders as if they are not contained in parent folders at all. Is there any way around this, or is it just the way that the Photo app works? Alternatively, are there any third party photo organization applications on the market that will accomplish what I am trying to do (hopefully with the same speed that the native Photo app provides)? Thank you for any input!! PS If this is the wrong board for this, please move it where it would be more appropriate.