I am not proud to be admitting I have learned the following lesson the hard way. By sharing this experience I hope others may avoid making the same mistake.After reading many times about the importance of backing up files at least twice for safe keeping, I purchased an external hard drive wih plenty of space. Although I had planned to copy my photographs, there was always the urge to spend any spare time capturing that next shot as the idea came to mind. My computer was only a year old, how could... continue reading
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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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