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  • #16
    Originally posted by BK553 View Post
    By the way, Vincent Laforet has a great article that explains my position much better than I can, i highly recommend it: To Delete or Not To Delete – “THAT” is the The Question
    I have to agree with Vincent Laforet...........I keep everything, except soft or out of focus images.
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    (1) EOS 1D MKIII (3) EOS 1D's, (3) EOS1D MKIIs', (1) EOS1Ds MKII, 14mmf2.8, 16-35mmf2.8, 28-70mmf2.8, 70-200mm f2.8, 300mm f2.8 and a 400mmf2.8, (4) 550 EX and 1 580E speedlite, and a Speed a tron studio flash system.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by veritasimagery View Post
      Thanks everyone. I am going to look into getting a couple 1TB drives to store my stuff on.
      I keep all of my RAW files. I always have an external hardrive connected to my Comp when editing, everything is saved and transferred automatically once PE is done. Every session/shoot is saved in its own file/subfolder, so if i need to look back 3 years at a specific event, i can hit a simple search and it pops up. when full, i purchase another 59 dollar 1TB ext hard drive. Some back up each hard drive, with me, if one hard drive fails..so is life, i dont like making my life too difficult. Its nice to edit all photos, then export (i usually walk away while this can take an hour depending on the amount of photos edited), pull card out, format in camera and cycle continues.
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      • #18
        RAW .. For-E-Va !!! Shoot I still have film negatives from the late 80's neatly stored away LOL .. most got lost in a flood over a decade ago but some survived.
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        Randy McKown:: Photography Tutorials & Free Stuff

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        • #19
          Except for the ones that are obviously unsalvagable I keep 'em all. External hard drive plus on CD (or DVD), in seperate locations. Ya just never can tell!!!!

          tinwhistle
          Turnin' #3...

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          • #20
            Attraction of Images

            Every .jpegs and .TIFF type images are also looks like very attractive images. Every person may attract to this images.
            Dentist in Newton

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