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Storing your photos

I remember seeing this picture when I was a kid. He was a National Geographic photographer and he was getting ready to go on an assignment down the Amazon. So he had this big metal canoe and he was filling it with all the stuff that he needed, so he had his tent and his sleeping bag and he had his off and he had his on and he had his camera, but mostly the canoe was just filled from one side to the other with film, lots and lots of films, because he was going to be on the river for ever. We have it so much easier now. Our storage is small. It can hold tons and tons of pictures.

Nevertheless, if you are going to be on the road for a while, you need to think about a storage strategy. Where are you going to put all of your pictures as you take them, how much is it going to cost you, and are you worried about redundancy? Now one of the simplest ways to handle your storage concerns when you travel is simply to take a lot of storage cards. If you have a camera that uses SD cards, ...

Storing your photos
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Storing your photos 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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