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1  General / Photo Blogs / OutsideShooter's Blog on: May 07, 2009, 07:29:14 PM

If having questions answered or sharing your knowledge sounds helpful as it comes to photo tips and nope, not tricks, but understanding, then I'll invite you to my blog

http://outsideshooter.blogspot.com/

Sure you'll find articles and posts other than helpful articles, but that's only if I really like the website and trust them.

Thanks for stopping by and consider subscribing and becoming a Follower for a time just to see if it is something you'll enjoy.
2  General / Photo Blogs / Re: Share your favorite photo blogs here on: May 07, 2009, 07:24:43 PM

Well it's been a year and a half since I last posted this and man have I written a lot of articles. Learned a lot, shared a lot of my learning and now would like to invite you to come subscribe to my blog. Become a Follower too. You don't have to worry about getting too much as I write infrequently and of course emails are never shared, period.

And ask me a question by simply adding a Comment below any post that interests you.

I will ask anyone here for help in acquiring an application which would allow any visitor to post a question without having to Comment following a post of mine. So if you know of any or have had personal experience with one, please let me know. It would be a real helpful app for my readers, but I'm not a code type and the site is Google's blogger if that matters.

Thanks

3  DAM Stuff / Naming Issues / Re: KROGH_20080118_1234.CR2 or 20080118_KROGH_1234.CR2 ? on: January 29, 2008, 11:55:10 AM
Ahah, I see the Creator Field, then I can click on the + symbol to add text. This would be the correct rename sequence?
4  DAM Stuff / Naming Issues / Re: KROGH_20080118_1234.CR2 or 20080118_KROGH_1234.CR2 ? on: January 29, 2008, 11:13:11 AM
Fabian are you adding manually on each image? Or is this an automated feature within Bridge? If so I am unaware of this option.

Edit: I just noticed in another thread that Peter has suggested iView/Expressions. Is this what you are using? Or can this be done in Bridge/CS2?
5  DAM Stuff / Naming Issues / Re: KROGH_20080118_1234.CR2 or 20080118_KROGH_1234.CR2 ? on: January 23, 2008, 08:37:03 AM
Though I am relatively unfamiliar with this my educated guess would be for quick recognition. We'll see how far off or on I am soon I'm sure.
6  DAM Stuff / Backup Strategies and Tools / Re: which of these two programs for backup? on: October 14, 2007, 08:53:31 AM
Thanks Dan,

I'll take a look at these. I appreciate the referral.

Rich
7  DAM Stuff / Backup Strategies and Tools / Re: which of these two programs for backup? on: October 14, 2007, 08:39:48 AM
It is a combination of both personal & client work. But I am 3-5 years away from retiring and further developing my now legal business entity, called Rich Collins Photography.

I suppose I should then ask what is the preferred S/W for DVD backup? I don't yet have one.

Rich
8  DAM Stuff / Backup Strategies and Tools / Re: which of these two programs for backup? on: October 14, 2007, 07:50:42 AM
Wow, I guess I didn't have the Notification checkmarked & time slips by.

Thank you Dan. No I have not read Peter's book, but even if I had I have never developed the habit of backing up my work, prior to digital photography. I am trying to learn at a shoot-from-the-hip level. Yes I realize this is not ideal but with very little time at my disposal I was hoping for a direct response. I hope this clarifies my reason for posting my question.

I have since I last posted downloaded a free S/W called SyncBack. This allows me to do two things, backup the images I have on my C drive onto my internal I drive (with 'backup the source directories files, inlcuding all its sub-directories files' selected) & then to backup once a week any changes which I've made, onto my external 'J' drive (again with the source & sub directories option selected). You would call these my derivatives, I gather. This as I know it would be all that is necessary. I keep the external disconnected via USB2 & the unit is powered down until I want to backup any edited image files.

Do I have this part of my organization correctly configured, from the Dam perspective?

Rich Collins 
9  General / Photo Blogs / My brand new and as yet focused photography blog on: October 14, 2007, 07:05:21 AM
As I find myself learning about so many aspects of the whole of photography, I thought it might help me learn as well as others who can also contribute in the Comments section below each post, if I started a Photo blog. Please if any of you have suggestions, I am waiting with my open mind in hand. .

So far I am only trying to attract visitors and balance the very little time I have.

http://outsideshooter.blogspot.com/

Thanks for looking, Rich
10  DAM Stuff / Backup Strategies and Tools / Re: which of these two programs for backup? on: September 20, 2007, 05:37:17 AM
Other than Retrospect sucks, does it work well?

Ok I'm just getting at will it Incremental backup any & all changes & new data automatically? Or what would you recommend?

Real Name--------Rich
Sorry about that Mod, new here.
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