I have started using the free Microsoft SyncToy version 2.1 for synchronising files from my laptop back to my home desktop/server and it is working very well so felt was time to blog about it.After I travel, for work, I typically have a bunch of new images on my laptop, and may have renamed, edited or deleted some images from past trips that I had not yet processed. The SyncToy manages propagating those additions, deletions, renames and edits back to the server. Equally if I have added/deleted/... continue reading
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Today I joined picWorkflow and I find it really great! Now I'll have more time to take pictures and I will spend less time to upload them in the microstock sites. Because picWorkflow is helping me!picWorkflow makes it very easy for photographers to upload their media and create groups for easier reference and categorization. And each and every image that is uploaded through picWorkflow can carry its own metadata - metadata that can be modified as many times as it is needed afterwards. continue reading
Thought it was appropriate that I share a useful windows utility that I use regularly to show where space has gone on my laptop harddisk or an external disk. It is a free utility that you don't have to install so there is no penalty in trying it. You end up finding all sorts of application left-overs, old backups, etc that you can bin and save space. I just keep a short-cut to it on my desktop and use it once in a while to see where my space has gone. My last effort identified a whole lot of HDR working... continue reading
I found this awesome free utility on the web , TinEyeit can found your images on internet using their web crawler.the uses are endless:you can know where your photo is and if someone stole it for example...I tried it with some Dreamstime pictures and it works!!You can use the utility directly on their home page after signing up or download the plugin for Firefox or Internet Explorer.If someone wanted to know where their pictures are used, now they can, Great!!! continue reading
Hi!I found a really interesting website of a Canon professionist photographer from Italy: Juza.The website is also in english language, and here you can read about lessons of photography, Post Processing with Photoshop, Equipment And Technique...Really useful website! I learned a lot about nature photography from Juza!Take a look also to his Photo Galleries continue reading
If your OS is "Microsoft Windows", you can't see thumbnails for RAW files without ArcSoft RAW Thumbnail Viewer.I think it's a very useful software... and it's FREE!Another easy-to-use software to view your RAW files is FastStone Image ViewerHere the link to this software:FastStone Image Viewer continue reading
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