Some time ago I deleted many pictures from my camera, by accident... I did not have a chance to copy them to any storage device earlier, and a part of them was very precious to me. So I decided to find a way to recover them! My files had never dissapeared that way before, but I knew for sure that I should not use the flash card for taking new photos if I want deleted photos to be recovered, otherwise there’s a poor chance to recover the files.I searched through Internet looking for the cure,... continue reading
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One week has past since a system of storms passed through the northern part of Texas bringing with it rain, baseball sized hailstones, and 21 confirmed tornadoes. Over 1100 homes were damaged with approximately 350 of those destroyed.It is estimated that the cost of damages is between $300 million and $500 million.Remarkably, despite the power of the storms and the large number of people living in the area, no one was killed and few were injured.Recovery is currently underway, and neighbors... continue reading
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
https://blog.dreamstime.com/2011/03/26/child-recovering-from-cancer-treatment_art34785The CT Scan results are finally out and I can now finally say that my daughter Alexandra has been cured from Cancer.......WOW!!! That sounds GREAT !!!!!Alex will now undergo another operation on the 15th April to remove the Hickman Linewhich is used to administer Chemotherapy and take blood to avoid all the horrible pricks.A big thank you to everyone who has shown support. continue reading
I have for the first time in 20 years of using computers paid dearly for a backing up hiatus!Over 2,000 Australian dollars!I typically do complete backups irregularly to external hard disks prior to overseas travel and do not normally bother for domestic travel.After a change of machine and needing to shuffle files between the two I had irregular backups this past year.While returning my laptop to a backpack style bag 2 months ago I was distracted and the laptop feel flat on its lid.... continue reading
I am recovering from an operation on my right shoulder and can't even operate a kettle let alone a camera! I am 1 week into an eight week stint in a sling and then another 10 months of physio to get me back to as normal as possible, although I should be able to get to grips with my cameras within the next 2 - 3 months.It certainly makes you appreciate your health when you can't do the things you are used to doing in every day life. (I'll let you work those things out!)... continue reading
Did you ever deleted your images from your memory-card before uploading them to your computer?I made this huge mistake last weekend as my mind was all over the place.The images lost were from a shoot done that afternoon. I was extremely frustrated when I came to realize that this happened to me. I was already thinking about a re-shoot and how to confront my model with the bad news.After cooling down from my stress, I came to realize that there might be hope......I remembered that in the... continue reading
Hi all,I'm here to share something that might be useful for many! It was useful for me... I lost my hard drive few weeks ago & like they say, the experience is the biggest school in life! I didn't believe that I lost everything so I didn't give up!I had installed my hard disk as a slave & formatted it to be readable! (Use a firmware if it's unrecognizable by the system!)My big finding was a program that can recover all the multimedia files (Raw files of almost all types: Nikon NEF,... continue reading
One problem that we, digital phtographers, are facing is the archiving of our beloved images. The backup is another important activity that should became part of the daily routine or workgflow and is strictly related to archiving.The difference is that archiving is made according your choosen way, and may not be daily (but most serious photographers do), backup MUST be a daily activity. I never stop to recommend that.To archive images people use mostly DVD (now blue ray will became the coolest... continue reading
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