Tranfer data Panoramas


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Transferring data

Once the cards get full, you need to go ahead and get them into the computer. Now, maybe it's still in the camera, so pop it out. Or take it out of your card wallet, in any case. I recommend that you go ahead and connect it to a fast card reader. I prefer USB 3 these days, but you will find Thunderbolt readers on occasion, or maybe you have an older system, and take advantage of FireWire 800. In any case, get the fastest card reader you can find. Using the built-in slot on the laptop, is often a lot slower. The same holds true for desktop computers.

I find that the highest quality ones, that are usually external readers, are significantly faster. Carefully take the card and mount it, making sure that you line it up in the slot, and push it in. At this point, the card will become mounted. There's my card, and you see that I've got a DCIM folder and inside of that, a camera specific folder. Now many people just grab the individual images, but I'm a bigger fan of taking it all the way at th...

Transferring data
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Transferring data provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Shooting and Processing Panoramas

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