I thought I should share another lesson I learnt this week past.I was helping shoot some stills around a friends commercial film from morning until lunch on Saturday. I then went to download what I had, around 400 images, when my laptop registered that the card was unreadable. I pulled the card reader and reinserted into the USB port and this time it could read. On navigating to the folder though it registered only two strangely named files and none of the CR2 raw Canon images I'd been shooting.... continue reading
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It was an extremely rainy day in Chicago May 31, 2010...... then there was light !!!! Lighting, to be exact, there was so much lighting here in downtown during the day that I just had to capture it on my Canon DSLR. I had my tripod in place, I aimed the camera toward the tallest building in USA, which happens to be the old Sears Tower in Chicago in hopes of that perfect shot. And for 45 minutes straight, I shot 1437 exposures of 2 seconds for each shot of the same building, with the continuous cable... continue reading
Hi!I recommend one good program that has helped me save my photos many times. This software is very useful if your memory card fails and you loose your images on card.You can use this program to recover your photos. It really works and helps if you have accidentally deleted photos too.This program is called Art Plus Digital Photo RecoveryYou can download this helpful program from download link.I hope this recommendation was useful for you and you can recover... continue reading
Losing your photos can be the worst problem that can happen to a photographer.Your photo agency may have a big system crash and not be able to retrieve your photos, then what do you do!After a shoot dump all your photos in a directory (I call it Photos to process) and then when you’re done Photoshopping the good ones, put them into a sub directory (I call it Uploads this month).Once approved you can add the files to a final directory (I call that one Dreamstime).Burn everything on a DVD,... continue reading
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