Good discussion (though at times way technical!) on various ways to back up photos, and why it’s crucially important.
Trey said on his Facebook post of this video:
In short, if you are a basic user, Eric Cheng recommends that you just get two external hard drives so you have a total of three copies. And keep one off-site or at a friend’s place. If you are more HARDCORE, then there are a ton of solutions in here! Lots of good suggestions from all the guests including Scott Jarvie John Pozadzides Scott Kublin Peter Adams – also Dave Veffer is putting together the full show notes for this, so I will share it again soon! 🙂
Actual back-up discussion starts at minute-21[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BApnrAoXRvI]Trey’s Variety Hour #79: Backing up your Photos – The Latest! Physical and cloud…
Streamed live on Jun 24, 2013
Backups, backups and more backups! John Pozadzides, Eric Cheng, Scott Kublin, Peter Adams, Scott Jarvie, and I go over a ton of different backup options and workflows. Later in the show we share some photos and finish the show with our G+ Discoveries.
G+ Photographer Discoveries:
Lace Andersen, Jim Shoemaker, Robbie Peterson, Douglas Sonders, Matt Adcock, and Phillip Colla.
Thanks to Dave Veffer for helping out with the whole production!
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