Backups are daunting if you're just starting out -- how much do I back up? Where do I back it up? What about all those unorganized photos, movies, songs, etc.? Sometimes it's just easier to ignore the whole thing rather than tackling the whole problem of organizing just to to *get ready* to do those daunting backups. Right?»
So I’ve been busy doing post-production for several shoots from the past couple of weeks, which got me thinking about data storage and backups for all that hard work. Keeping data safe also helps my clients; if someone loses a disk, I like to be able to replace it for them quickly and easily, and the only way to be able to do that is to have reliable backups that are readily accessible.
I happened to be in Glazer’s Camera in Seattle yesterday, coincidentally at the same time Mike G. was dropping off a demo copy of the lens (the same one I briefly tested last month) and he was willing to let me use it on a full-day interiors shoot.
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