Backing up your data

You shot it, edited it and retouched it and gave it to the client. Everything seems fine until one day it just disappears. Your hard drive starts to click and just decides to call it quits. And, just like that your images are gone. As a photographer, backing up your files is crucial. File should be at minimal, backed up on external drives or DVDs, if not both. If it’s an important client, consider backing up to a 3rd party remote site. ¬†You never know when one of your client’s books a lead role across of Brad Pitt and becomes the next Oscar Winning Actress. :-)

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  1. Niraj says:

    Nancy – Re: Ikea catalogSo, your ktehcin is one of my favorites, ever. We’ve got a similar faux-tin backsplash behind our stove, and I’ve been drooling over your little island for months now. MONTHS. In fact, I just got a little Ikea Bekvam cart that I am hoping to paint and make look as awesome as yours (not sure what color yet turquoise, lime/celadon, blue ).Anywho, I just was browsing your old blog and saw that you don’t have access to an Ikea, and since I’m there every other week and have had so much pleasure from your ktehcin photos, I’m offering to send you the 2012 Ikea catalog, if you’d like. Just shoot me an email if you want one.March 3, 2012 12:24 pm

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