Communications: Stay in touch Photo Workflows


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Communications: staying in touch

When you're on the road, you may want to send pictures back home, stay in touch with people; you may have to send pictures back home if you're working on an assignment or job of some kind. You have a lot of different options in this regard. As I mentioned earlier, one of the cheapest is simply to carry blank discs with you, blank CDs, blank DVDs. If you've got a computer with you, you can burn images onto these. If not, you can try and find an Internet cafe or may be a computer in your hotel. Now, while blank discs offer a lot of storage for very little money, regular mail is typically pretty slow, so this is not a way of getting stuff back quickly.

What's more, whoever's on the receiving end of it has to have a computer that can read the disc and if you're using a particular raw format, read that, and so on and so forth. It's a great way of offloading images if you want to be sure that you've delivered some images safely back home, if you'r...

Communications: staying in touch
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Communications: staying in touch provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Shooting on the Road, from Gear to Workflow

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