My Photo Backup Routine – Early 2018

I started this particular series of posts back in 2015 by detailing my photography backup routine and outlining some of the basic strategies for a safe and redundant backup system. If you’re uncertain about the basics, you should start with that post first and then work through the full series which you can find here. I write this series because I want to draw attention to the importance of backing up your photos. Once again, last month one of my friends had a hard drive failure and lost most of the photos she had taken in 2017 because she didn’t take basic …

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My Photo Backup Routine – Mid 2017

I started this particular series of posts back in 2015 by detailing my photography backup routine and outlining some of the basic strategies for a safe and redundant backup system. If you’re uncertain about the basics, you should start with that post first. Time and time again I hear stories of people losing their precious images, and it’s not just amateur photographers either, I’m constantly reading about professionals running into trouble too and frankly they should know better. The biggest problem is that too many people still think of digital photography as being “free” because there are no film costs …

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My Backup Routine – Early 2016

When I wrote this popular post last year, I promised I’d keep it running as a series to document any changes I make. I’ve made some sizeable updates to my computer system since the last one. Always learning, always improving…

My Backup Routine – Early 2015

I’ve decided to document my ever changing backup routine on a regular basis so that it builds a useful resource for people to find a solution that fits their needs, and learn from the mistakes I’ve made and technical challenges I’ve overcome.