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Mobile Mondays: Are you backing up your mobile device images?
Lately, I’m sad to say I’ve seen several of my friends lose images due to not having a proper backup...
Adobe’s recent gaffe with Lightroom shows why cloud storage can’t be the only storage
One of my biggest complaints about the new Lightroom, since day one, is that you can't store your catalog of...
Today on The Artists’ Notebook: April 30, 2020
Whether you’re at home with your kids, have had photoshoots canceled or just wondering what’s next, we hope that our...
It’s World Backup Day & I’ve gotta get a bigger hard drive …
It's World Backup Day, the day to make sure there is a copy of all of the digital goodies somewhere...
Building a solid backup plan for your photos
As photographers, we’ve spent hours taking photos and processing them using image editing programs such as Luminar. It would be...
Five productive things to do to help get you through downtime
(Editor's Note: We welcome Bryan Linden to Photofocus. Bryan is a photographer focused on photography for the music industry and...
Photos taking up too much space on your iPhone?
As iPhone users, we've had it pretty good over the years. Watching Steve Jobs take that stage to announce the...
Getting my new pair of Drobos up and running
In this second article of "getting my new pair of Drobos" series, I'm openly sharing the steps it took to...
I need a major data storage upgrade
OK ladies and gentlemen, it's time to get real. I'm opening up about a delicate issue I know a lot...
Latest Backblaze update offers extended version history
In a blog post today, Backblaze announced the latest version of its Backblaze Cloud Backup service, Backblaze 7.0. In addition...
InFocus Interview Show: Securing your data with Mike Kubeisy
My guest is a California based photographer who has a distinguished career in Hollywood, working on several number one Hit...
Backing up your files
As I travel around the country teaching photography I often hear tales of woe from people. People who didn't have...

Today on The Artists’ Notebook: April 30, 2020

Whether you’re at home with your kids, have had photoshoots canceled or just wondering what’s next, we hope that our latest project will help you fill the creative void. Throughout the week you’ll be able to watch webinars, partake in

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Building a solid backup plan for your photos

As photographers, we’ve spent hours taking photos and processing them using image editing programs such as Luminar. It would be a shame to lose these precious images because of a hard drive failure, a natural disaster or even worse, a

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New pair of Drobo

Getting my new pair of Drobos up and running

In this second article of “getting my new pair of Drobos” series, I’m openly sharing the steps it took to enhance my backup data system from single hard drives to protected storage. Click here to read part one. Picking the

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I need a major data storage upgrade

OK ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to get real. I’m opening up about a delicate issue I know a lot of female photographers are experiencing as well. Yes … I’m talking about “upgrading my data assets.” Openhearted confession I’ll put

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Latest Backblaze update offers extended version history

In a blog post today, Backblaze announced the latest version of its Backblaze Cloud Backup service, Backblaze 7.0. In addition to providing full macOS Catalina support, Backblaze 7.0 support extended version history. Previously, Backblaze users were limited to a 30-day

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Backing up your files

As I travel around the country teaching photography I often hear tales of woe from people. People who didn’t have a back-up in place for their computer. It is said that it is not if a hard drive will fail,

Read More

Building a solid backup plan for your photos

As photographers, we’ve spent hours taking photos and processing them using image editing programs such as Luminar. It would be a shame to lose these precious images because of a hard drive failure, a natural disaster or even worse, a

Read More
New pair of Drobo

Getting my new pair of Drobos up and running

In this second article of “getting my new pair of Drobos” series, I’m openly sharing the steps it took to enhance my backup data system from single hard drives to protected storage. Click here to read part one. Picking the

Read More

I need a major data storage upgrade

OK ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to get real. I’m opening up about a delicate issue I know a lot of female photographers are experiencing as well. Yes … I’m talking about “upgrading my data assets.” Openhearted confession I’ll put

Read More

Latest Backblaze update offers extended version history

In a blog post today, Backblaze announced the latest version of its Backblaze Cloud Backup service, Backblaze 7.0. In addition to providing full macOS Catalina support, Backblaze 7.0 support extended version history. Previously, Backblaze users were limited to a 30-day

Read More

Backing up your files

As I travel around the country teaching photography I often hear tales of woe from people. People who didn’t have a back-up in place for their computer. It is said that it is not if a hard drive will fail,

Read More

Creating redundancy with two Drobos

As someone who’s had a Drobo for the past several years — first with a four-bay version and more recently a 5D3 — I was intrigued when I was offered the opportunity to receive a Drobo 5C for review. The

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Enter to win a new camera, an education bundle, plus much more!

It’s our birthday, and we want to celebrate with you! Check out our 21st birthday contest and enter to win a new camera, Drobo 8D, X-Rite calibration tools, Xpozer prints, Skylum software and more!

Plus, by entering you’re automatically eligible to win one of our monthly prizes. This month we’re giving away an educational bundle, with. courses from Joel Grimes and Serge Ramelli. You’ll also get a free one-year membership to ThinkTAP Learn!