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Thanks to smartphones and tablets, it's incredibly easy to capture the moments in our lives. Unfortunately, it's also incredibly easy to lose those moments due to a lost or broken phone. So how do you protect your images, videos, and music from being lost? With a smart backup strategy. Learn how to back up and store your mobile photos and videos easily and automatically. In this course, photographer Derrick Story discusses several different backup methods for both Android and iOS devices, highlighting the benefits and risks of each approach.
Learn how easy it is to store photos in the cloud with services such as Dropbox and iCloud and set up personal cloud storage with Pogoplug and Transporter. Next, check out storage options with online services like Flickr, Shutterfly, and Instagram, and explore how to back up photos manually with Lightroom, iPhoto, and Aperture. Finally, Derrick shows how to develop a flexible storage workflow that works best for you.
Hi, I'm Derrick Story, professional photographer, writer, and publisher of The Digital Story, and welcome to Managing Your Mobile Photos. In this course, I'll show you easy ways to back up the pictures and videos that you've captured with your smartphone or tablet. I'll focus on, making it automatic, the best backup plans are the ones you don't have to think about. Using widely available software.
Creating simple game plans that work for both Android and iOS devices. Adding plenty of flexibility so you can design a backup plan that's right for you. We no longer have the safety net of shoe boxes filled with negatives and prints. We have to rethink how we're going to protect those valuable photos of family, friends, pets and the special places we've visited, and I can help you with that. Please join me for Managing Your Mobile Photos and let's get your pictures protected right now.
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