Digital Photography Tip: Backing Up!

September 04, 2012

Digital Photography Tip: Backing Up!

Backing up your digital photographs is the best way to protect your precious images and the memories they hold.

There are a lot of ways to backup your photographs. The key is to find the method that works for you, a method that you will find easy and fast so that backing up becomes routine.

Some Resources to Help...

Backing Up and Saving Your Images: Part 1

External Hard Drives – Backing Up and Saving Your Images: Part 2

Backing Up & Saving Your Images: Part 3 Online Storage Sites & Software Solutions

Recovering lost or deleted files – Backing Up & Saving Your Images: Part 4

My Photo and Computer Back-up Strategy

How To Keep Your Photos Safe: Backup Routines!




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